AT&T isn't the only wireless operator that is doing away with unlimited data plans for smartphones. Telefonica's O2 in the United Kingdom is also dumping its unlimited data offering, the company announced Thursday.
O2, the second-biggest mobile operator in the U.K., said in a press release that the change in pricing will give customers "a more transparent pricing model tied to usage."
Here's what has changed: Customers on plans costing 25 pounds, 30 pounds or 35 pounds a month will get 500 megabytes of data downloads. Plans costing 40 pounds or 45 … Read more