It looks like AT&T is going to ask customers to curtain their streaming.

Ralph de la Vega, head of wireless at AT&T, has revealed that three per cent of smartphone users are using 40 per cent of his network's capacity, the Daily Telegraph reports. It's this huge volume of data from services such as video and music which has encouraged the popularity of Apple's phone that is having a negative impact on the quality of the network service AT&T can deliver.

You would think that there might be some self-analysis going on at AT&T where they wondered why no one there forecast the data use of iPhones and then possibly made plans. However, they phone company looks like it's going to ask customers to curtain their streaming:

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