Last week, both AT&T and Verizon came under fire by T-Mobile CEO John Legere. He thought both were throttling Netflix traffic for their subscribers, but it turns out Netflix was restricting the flow of data. Netflix said it caps streams at 600 kilobits-per-second for AT&T and Verizon customers, delivering less than half the speed of T-Mobile and Sprint users. The reason for the decision, according to Netflix, is a built-in protection against data caps that could consume an entire $80 a month Verizon data plan (10GB) in two hours time if streamed in HD. As for why it doesn’t limit T-Mobile and Sprint…

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