21 iPhone Apps -- Benchmarked for Their Data-Sucking Assaults on the 3G Network

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steverkruse

Most of you have said basically the same thing. Too bad for At&T. You charge us lots of money each month. You didn't realize that you'd need to increase your available bandwidth. I thought your network was the best and thats why Apple chose you over Verizon. Didn't you notice more and more of us each month paying big money, oh I'm sure you did. I say get off your butts. Reinvest some of that money you're taking out of our pockets and keep your promise. When you're pointing 1 finger at us you are pointing 3 back at yourself AT&T. It's your fault not ours. FIX IT. AND SHUT UP.

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jamcgahey

hmmmmm... well lets see A) AT&T should have been prepared for this? and B) Twitter is stupid its a waste of time anyways so if thats a main reason then get rid of twitter. well, let me be clear...TWITTER IS POINTLESS

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yonny622

uh isn't that what were paying for? Do they expect us to pay $30 for internet and not use it that much? That's the dummest thing I heard. I don't think we use it enough.

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agcereniv

So, to be clear, the device that was going to revolutionize the way customers used the internet did just that, & the network that said they were the most equipped to handle was, in fact, not? And somehow the consumer is blamed for using the product exactly as intended. Hilarious.

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DQuinn5735

I thought my above average monthly fee to AT&T for my iPhone was paying for this usage. No?

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charliemilton66

I believe AOL Instant Messenger was called AIM well before the iPhone.

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