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Old 12-18-2009, 02:29 PM
Join Date: Aug 2004
Posts: 88

The real issue here is that AT&T sold (required?) "unlimited" data plans for people that bought the iPhone. Now they want to change the rules simply because people are actually using (gasp) the devices they bought.

If they want to change the terms of the agreements upon renewal, that is their legal right and customers are free to go somewhere else.

The most interesting thing to me is the fact that the US Government has not come down on AT&T/Apple for monopolistic behavior. They're suing Intel for pushing exclusive relationships, what's the difference? At least Intel's products perform, AT&T, well, let's just say they could do better.
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