I understand why AT&T needs to throttle data and I don't necessarily blame them if bandwidth is a major concern. But I completely disagree with the way they are treating their longest and most loyal customers. Instead of offering them a good reason to switch to a tiered plan, they're instead hindering the experience of having unlimited to begin with. AT&T should be rewarding their most loyal customers....and I think I have a fairly reasonable solution. Currently the 5GB data plan costs customers $50/mth and it includes tethering. If AT&T offered me the option to switch to the 5GB + tethering plan for the same price I'm paying for unlimited, I would 100% switch to the tiered plan. By doing this, the company would be preventing users from gobbling up insane data allotments while still rewarding their most loyal customers by giving them a discount on what's currently being offered. To me, that seems like a win-win for all sides. So if AT&T offered a program like this, would you accept the move to the tiered plan? Do you think it would be fair?