In the Gainesville area, I do remember hitting their 8 mbps download cap (it jumped up and stayed there for the test). Ping was reasonable at 150 or 175. Upload was much higher than download, oddly. This makes me think they simply provision your account for a certain speed just like they used to do with goPhone. Honestly, I've like AIO alot more than GoPhone and Straight Talk, as I get good customer service and data isnt an issue (IMO the best of both worlds). If speed is your top priority, gophone is it. If everyday usage is it, go AIO. They are treated the same on towers, and I get much more reliable signal on both than i ever did with ST-AT&T. Its on par with my company issued blackberry for signal.
PS - I'll do another test when I get close to a cell site tommorrow. My crew managed to cut a comm. line today (fixed). That was a giant ***** storm, lemme tell ya.
-Sent from my SGS4