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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by arun21, Oct 28, 2014.
Great news! Hope this has some effect on the way we can also use tethering.
Great news? Wait until they stop offering unlimited to grandfathered customers the next time they upgrade.
Seems a lot of Unlimited Data plan users jumped in favor of the double data promotion. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.
Bingo. This is way more likely than them making any concessions.
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! Finally, I knew there was a reason AT&T was trying to get everyone to move off their unlimited data. EFF YOU ATT!!!!! I'm so unbelievably happy right now.
So it'll be like Verizon. I'd rather have true unlimited than subsidized upgrades. If you're okay with less data, just move to a mobile share plan.
I doubt ATT will force customers off the plans completely. They know the only thing keeping many of us loyal is the unlimited data
That I can see happening from this.
My guess is that they will reach some settlement in which AT&T, like Verizon, agrees not to throttle (or at least raises the threshold above some of their tiered plans). I doubt they will change their tethering policy. VZW charges $30 extra to add tethering to a UDP.
I tend to buy off-contract phones. What will be interesting is if they make customers decide between a $25/month discount (on the Next plans) or unlimited data. But at least that would be a fairer comparison.
Most I see coming of this is now you will get a big red warning that you will be throttled when you renew your UDP. The data is still unlimited, just at reduced speeds.
Perhaps AT&T will be forced to refund the ETF to those who were charged to quit over the change in terms.
I'd pay full price for a phone just so I could keep my grandfathered unlimited data.
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