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AT&T's revamped data plans, phase out unlimited data

AT&T is phasing out unlimited data plans for new customer of iPhone and iPod. The company will offer cheaper and capped plans, the DataPro which offer up to 2GB of data for $25 a month, if you go over AT&T will charge you $10 for additional gigabyte. And DataPlus a $15 a month option which offer 200Mb of data. It is cheaper if you're not a heavy user of iPhone email, surfing and streaming videos.

Current customers not to worry, they will remain in the unlimited plan of $30 per month. I think I will stay with my unlimited plan, surfing the internet, sending/receiving emails, and streaming unlimited videos.


So you have to ask yourself, are you a standard or heavy Internet user? Here's how to check your current usage. Go to Setting, General, and click Usage. Here you will see your current Cellular Network Data usage e.g.  Sent and Received.

On the brighter side, AT&T will support iPhone tethering when the new iPhone 4.0 is available. The expected delivery of iPhone 4.0 this year 2010. I guess, if you are thinking of buying iPad Wifi or iPad Wifi + 3G you now have other option to connect to the Internet.

What do you think? I would love to hear your thought about it, please post your comments.

Source: News.Yahoo.com

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