All you can eat LTE for $30 is like, well, finally what wireless SHOULD be like, and how it should be priced.
Here's to hoping AT&T doesn't pull the plug on us grandchildren.
You don't get all you can eat. If you're on the $30 unlimited plan - its limited to 3gig a month before your throttled. If you're an LTE customer on unlimited, your capped at 5gig before your throttled.
Eat all you want, until your speed gets capped
It sure does <--- normal smiley.
Question, If you have an at&t grandfathered unlimited family data plan, and you get the new At&t iPad, would you still qualify for unlimited data?
Have the family data plans been announced?? Doubt they would have unlimited shared plans. Those slime balls at AT&T want to cap data, not give it away.
The $10 family unlimited data is only for dumphones (on AT&T family plans with unlimited family texts). Some people use unbeanded smartphones that AT&T does not recognize On the $10 plan also.
But like the regular AT&T smartphone data plans. If u try to put the AT&T sim into the AT&T iPad, audit will audit u and disable ur data for a month of u are caught. Numerous threads on this last year.
AT&T is nasty trying to collect as much money as possible.
When I had original iPad 1 3G. I put my AT&T iPhone microsim in iPad 1 occasionally and it worked perfectly. I stopped doing that when AT&T started disabling the data
Um, what do you think this thread is all about?
Um, if I'm not mistaken this thread is about having a 3G iPad 2 and then getting unlimited, unthrottled LTE when upgrading to an iPad 3. My question is if u have iPhones with grandfathered data plans, but never had an iPad with data, can u get an LTE iPad and get the same unlimited data even though it's a new device. I assume that u can, but just wanted to ask.
This AT&T bashing is getting really old. They are nasty because they are trying to enforce the terms of the contract that you agreed to when you signed up with them?