AT&T Ready to Improve Service in New York and San Francisco -- Just Don't Use that Unlimited Data
AT&T is finally opening up and coming clean about their sub par service that is offered in areas of New York and San Francisco. Ralph de la Vega, chief executive of AT&T Mobility, recently spoke at a investors conference regarding the poor service.
Obviously this is good news for those of you in these areas. Worse news? AT&T might use "unlimited" to sell you your data plan, but they obviously don't intend for you to use it. And if you do, watch out.
Video. The horror! Perhaps AT&T should just ditch the "unlimited" pretense, mark it as the 5GBs they really mean it to be, and then let us do what we want with it -- like tether.
If one stops to think about the other carriers getting more attractive smartphone options and the fact that AT&T's iPhone exclusivity is running thin... AT&T better get to work and fast.
[Thanks to the Reptile for the tip!]
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