If you’re not a frequent user of text messaging with AT&T, you might be in for a shock next week -- the carrier looks to be consolidating their text message plans, eliminating the low and high ends and meeting somewhere in the middle.
If you often sit and wonder how your iPad data plan here in the U.S. compares to the rest of the world, you can wonder no more. As it turns out, AT&T isn’t the worst offender when it comes to overpriced data plans for the iPad, and the cheapest prices are probably somewhere you’d never guess.
Now that AT&T has reveled its new pricing structure for iPhone data, we wondered just what we could do with our iPhones with the new data caps. While the new 2GB cap has increased anger directed towards AT&T, in reality most of us never even come close to the 2GB cap.
To help illustrate just how much data you need to use while on AT&T's 3G network in order to hit the 200MB and 2GB data caps, we made some semi-fancy infographs of our favorite iPhone network-using features.
It’s the classic “good news, bad news” scenario: iPhone users are about to get cheaper data plans and tethering (finally!), but AT&T is making good on their long-threatened plans to cap your data usage.
Perchance AT&T and Apple could come to together to learn a thing or two from Spanish Telefonica, no? If you have a smartphone in Spain, you get a microSIM duplicate to share your existing Internet plan, all for the low low price of…free.