I was utterly appalled to read a story while browsing the news this morning that TMobile in the UK is
their data plans expinentially.
“T-Mobile in the UK has revealed a new fair use policy, cutting caps from 1GB and 3GB to 500MB, saying mobile browsing doesn’t include videos or large downloads. ‘If you want to download, stream and watch video clips, save that stuff for your home broadband,’ the company said.
In other words TMobile, at least in the UK, has decided to revert to the 1990′s.
Welcome to a step backwards, much?
It gets better.
Any user that goes over the new limit won’t be charged, but will be blocked from downloading or streaming for the rest of the month.”
why! this is the 1st I’ve heard of a provider *ctting* you off for exceeding your limitations.
Another thing, that needs to be answered, are you still gonna charge your customers the same prices? for a plan who’s issentially had it’s nuts chopped off by this?
TMobile UK, get your head outta your ass and get the hell back into the 21st century or get the hell outta the way.
Mirrored from shane's rants.