|Oct 12, 2010, 11:32 AM||#1|
AT&T U-verse/ netflix app with 2GB Data, really?
I maybe missing something here, so please help me out.
I was watching Window 7 phone announcement yesterday and I found it very interesting that AT&T is pushing U-verse app on every window 7 phone devices.
Isn't every smartphone on AT&T including iPhone and Window 7 devices have 2GB data at best unless you already have unlimited plan?
Doesn't U-verse app or Netflix app use data while you stream video over the air?
Don't these apps use lots and lots of data? So, why in the hell AT&T is trying to cap the data to 2GB and trying to make people use these video apps?
Or am I missing a big picture?
I think AT&T is trying to make people go over, so they can charge us more. What do you all think?
|Oct 12, 2010, 11:39 AM||#2|
at&t is not forcing anyone to use the app, it's just providing an option for uverse customers. also, if you have a wifi connection, then the data doesn't count against your plan. same goes for netflix.
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|Oct 12, 2010, 12:04 PM||#3|
Dont' use your data plan, use wifi if you need to....pretty simple no???
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