AT&T Lowers Wireless Data Plans to Make Mobile Internet More Affordable

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by iDan, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. sachembacon

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    Daypass 3G for iPad?

    I just started working with Rovair.com and was wondering if anyone knew if the iPad could be used with a day-pass 3G service? I think the AT&T no contract rate is good, but if I'm going from my WiFi in Boston to WiFi in NYC and only need 3G while on the Acela express I'd rather spend just the $5.95 for the day I need it.
     
  2. DavidNM

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    This is absolutely bullspit and Apple should be ashamed. The beauty was the ability to move between plans - sign up for the light one when you're not traveling or won't need it - and the unlimited when you do.

    Now - if you don't keep the unlimited you lose it forever.

    This really is so "un-Apple".

    BTW - I strongly disagree with the slant on the title of this post.
     
  3. cherhall

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    Yep, the title is AT&T's way to slant this to be a good thing....which it definitely isn't! Yes it will lower some bills, and might be ok for phone use, but definitely not the iPad.
     
  4. ipadfanatic

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    More and more each day I'm glad I got the Wifi only version and just tether to my T-Mobile phone. I had a feeling this would happy after they got people hooked in.
    Then they wonder why people jailbreak there iPHone, iPads and move to another provider.
     

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