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AT&T May Charge App Makers for Consumer Data Use

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Top message:  Put away the pitchforks. by Andy Anonymous   Feb 27, 2012, 3:15 PM

Replying to:  More like ATT is the one always B!tch!n.... by tether   Feb 27, 2012, 10:10 PM

Re: More like ATT is the one always B!tch!n....

by dlmjr    Feb 28, 2012, 12:29 PM

tether said:
I wish they would SHUT UP already & stop screwing with their customers over data. What is with all the people always jumping to their defense and bashing other customers. I didn't realize AT&T's Board of Directors spend so much time on Phonescoop, lol. Maybe we shouldn't build another mile of roads or rails in this country. I mean...people will just use and abuse them & that would be awful. Maybe no airline should ever add flights or electric or gas company boost production because people would just use it. Garbage collection companies shouldn't add equipment, employees and landfill space because people will just throw more things away. INSANE? They are a business!! Improving and expanding their network IS JUST WHAT THEY HAVE TO DO AS A BUSINESS!!!! If they don't like it, GO OUT OF BUSINESS or keep messing with your customers & others will put you out of business.


There are enough false comparisons in that to choke a whole stable of horses.

And to start it off, ATT wasn't 'bitching' they were floating a proposal.

I'm betting if ATT announced they were going to refund each customer $20 you would bitch that it wasn't $40.

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