You're used to paying extra if you use up your cell phone minutes, but will you be willing to pay extra if your home computer goes over its internet allowance? Time Warner Cable customers--and later, others--might have to, if the company's test of metered internet access is successful, the Associated Press reports. Beginning June 4, new Time Warner Cable internet subscribers in Beaumont, Texas, will have monthly allowances for the amount of data they upload and download. Those who go over will be charged $1 per gigabyte, a Time Warner Cable executive told AP. Metered billing is an attempt to

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