• Bill

    AT&T would be in breach of contract. They can’t just change rate plans. My contract doesn’t say anything about tethering. You can agree to the new plan or they can let you out of contract. If they say no use the arbitration clause and take it to arbitration ( which they pay for under my contract). Sorry AT&T that hindsight is 20/20 and you didn’t see tethering coming. Also you can’t agree to rate plans that change w/out conditions being met first. Because then there is no agreement by both parties and therefore no contract. That is why they lock you onto a rate plan for a specified ammount of time. After that it’s month by month and either party can quit at any time. It’s basic contract law. But hey I’m no expert. Seems like a good argument though.

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