DirecTV Now is one of many cord-cutting options out there for folks who want a stripped down way to watch TV, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t need features.
AT&T has started sending out emails to customers who continue to remain on its grandfathered unlimited data plan for the iPad that starting from May 24, 2017, their usage will be throttled after using more than 22GB of data in a single billing cycle.
Just a couple of weeks ago, AT&T and other major carriers in the United States revised or launched new unlimited mobile data plans. When compared to offerings from T-Mobile and Verizon though, AT&T’s unlimited plan felt like a rip off.
The wireless industry in the United States continues to see wave after wave, and unlimited data for more people appears to be the result.
Fees are part of the package when it comes to most wireless carriers, whether that’s to upgrade your line, or to activate a new one.
AT&T has done away with the traditional unlimited data plan, but for folks who have clung onto it over the years, there’s another price hike on the way.
Rumors have been swirling for some time that AT&T had plans to launch its own TV streaming service, with packages of channels to choose from.
Gone are the days of unlimited data when you didn’t need to keep track of your Internet and app usage. But here we are now, stuck in tiers of data. The upside is that most plans come with unlimited talk and text, but sometimes it’s easy to lose control of your data usage.
While some carriers have unlimited data, technically, AT&T gave that feature up a long time ago, so instead has decided to focus on throttling to help people get the most out of their data allowance.