Ahhh, why do we allow companies to do things like this. As it is consumers are paying a ridiculous amount of money for data on cell services they should be able to use that data plan how they see fit.
I agree 100%. All corporations are influenced by their competition. Corporations are not happy if their competition are going to other countries for workers, saving money in off-shore banks, and now reviewing usage and blocking unlimited services if their competition has done so. All are competition driven decision, never customer loyalty decisions. Unfortunately the FCC has let AT&T make the quantum leap into this marketing strategy and this will eventually drive all markets to do likewise. Now see what has happened, give AT&T an inch and they want a mile. AT&T started out a service provider and has killed any corporation after merging with them contributing to loss of jobs for example Western Electric a well established electronics, transformer and switching manufacturer. When elephants fight, the grass suffers. We are sick and tired of this! The FCC is just a rubber stamp organization. I will re-assess my choices if Verizon does this.
Perfect timing. My current Verizon contract expires next month. Time to jump ship to Sprint.
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