Just in case you didn't already know, and/or wanted confirmation for your theories, a blogger has gone to the trouble of sharing an informative and fairly entertaining video explaining why Data Caps from ISPs suck, and why carriers use them. One of the most fascinating details included in this video is how the blogger pokes gaping holes in the carriers' argument that network congestion is the reason they do it. He makes it painfully obvious why this "excuse" is bogus, and points his gaze squarely at the real culprit.

I'll give you a hint... it rhymes with funny and does nothing until you move it to someone else. Share your thoughts on this intriguing topic. How important is it to keep the internet as open and as inexpensive as possible? Is there a way we can cut back on corporate greed while still maintaining free enterprise?

Source: AndroidCentral