AT&T, would it be the hardest thing to send a text to users when they are near their limit for minutes, text, or data for the month. Especially now that users have to keep track of all three things simultanously. A simple text along the lines of "Dear Valued AT&T Customer, this is free text msg to inform you that you have used up 180 Text Messages of the 200 Text Messages alloted to you for the month. If you would like to upgrade to the 2GB Data Plan for $10 more, please call an AT&T Representative at ###### or log into your account at wireless.att.com" Or better yet, lock out the data completely once you used your limit for the month ala... This would save a lot of hassle for customers. I have to be vigilant in keeping track of the amount of text msgs sent on my account, and minutes used up for my whole family, and then call and inform everyone on my account when we are near the limit. It would be nice if AT&T simply sent a text to everyone. Those text messages would also push more users to higher data and text plans. And it would likewise prevent lots of calls to their customer service centers from people calling because of their overage charges and asking them to be reduced and threatening to leave AT&T if they leave unsatisfied. Lastly, it would build good will from their customers with AT&T who in turn would retain more customers. Customers who are pissed off about overages are more likely to leave to other carriers. This is how Apple retains its customers, by offering up fantastic customer service.