Just in time for the release of a new iPhone, AT&T will stop letting new customers sign up for its unlimited internet data plan for smart phones and iPads and charge more for customers who use the most bandwidth, reports the Associated Press. AT&T hopes to ease congestion on its network, which has drawn complaints, particularly in big cities. But the approach could confuse customers unfamiliar with how much data it takes to watch a YouTube video or fire up a favorite application. Current subscribers will be able to keep their $30-per-month unlimited plans, even if they renew their contracts....

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