AT&T is introducing data caps for it's broadband customers. Can't help but notice the caps are higher than here in Canada 150 Gb for their DSL customers, Bell has caps as low as 25 gigabytes. If AT&T custoemrs go over they are charged $10 per every 50 Gb that they go over. That works out to $0.20 per Gb as an overage fee. Compare that to Bell who's been reported to charge $3 per Gb for going over you cap.
One doesn't have to look far to see that there is something wrong with the Canadian telecom market.