According to Electonista the plan will come with a 5GB bandwidth cap, if you exceed the cap then overage fees will come into force. The tethering rate will be kept separate from the standard data on Droid, the first Google Android 2.0 OS handset.

AT&T also charge $30 per month and also enforce a 5GB data limit cap, for those who have signed up to a National E-mail plan will only have to pay $15, which was the rate that they was offered at the time. This is certain to upset a number of Motorola Droid users.

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