AT&T's throttling of the top 5% unlimited data users is getting lots of press.
Starting as low as 1.5 GB of data usage users can be grouped into this problem user base for AT&T. It seems like AT&T is throwing some of its customers under the bus.
To throw (someone) under the bus is an idiomatic phrase meaning to sacrifice another person (often a friend or ally), who is usually not deserving of such treatment, out of malice or for personal gain.
Should we cheer AT&T's efforts to limit the use of mobile devices? That's one way to go Green. But, not a popular one.
Or do we hear the sounds of a class action suit?
Enough said. I'm pretty sure there is a class action lawsuit sitting on the table here...