Slowly but surely the unlimited data plan for mobile phones is slipping away.
First it was AT&T, which announced last year that it was getting rid of its unlimited data plan to ensure mobile data overeaters didn't gobble up a disproportionate share of network resources. T-Mobile followed with a plan that it still calls "unlimited," but actually throttles usage after users hit a certain threshold. And soon Verizon Wireless will also be saying bah-bye to unlimited data.
For most consumers, who use well below the thresholds that carriers charge for overages, the switch to a … Read more