quote: Do you have a wireless network that can handle unlimited data to tens of millions of people simultaneously? Neither do AT&T, Verizon, or anyone else.
quote: Obviously, the carriers can (generally) charge whatever they like for the service they provide.
quote: They're offering less access for more because every day, new smartphones which use data are added to their network. They're trying to control how fast that data usage is growing because they can't keep up with demand.
quote: You don't increase wireless access speeds and release a fleet of handsets to take advantage of it if your infrastructure can't handle it.
quote: Except that's exactly what they've done.
quote: First of all, yes they can handle devices pinging their network. But they can't handle everyone with a smart phone pulling down lots of data all day.
quote: How are they violating anti-trust laws? Because they're all doing the same thing since they're all similar businesses trying to solve similar issues (tons of devices with a network not capable of being able to adequately service them all if used as they're able to be).
quote: If you had Verizon with an unlimited plan and didn't change your plan, you wouldn't have lost your unlimited plan. So if you canceled simply because they stopped offering unlimited plans, that's your fault. You still had one until you tried to change.