Is AT&T about to clamp down on heaviest iPhone data users?

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AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega took his turn in front of the CTIA conference to argue that the wireless industry doesn’t need any net neutrality regulation. He also suggested that AT&T would be doing something about its heaviest data-using wireless customers.