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Need to check your data usage? Make a payment? AT&T's new iPhone app lets you do all that and more. Unsurprisingly (or should that be surprisingly?), it's free.
In this week's Ask Maggie, I offer some suggestions for managing data usage as Verizon ditches its all-you-can-eat plans.
CNET's Maggie Reardon also addresses buying an e-reader in her weekly advice column responding to readers' wireless and broadband questions.
With the big announcement coming from AT&T, introducing tethering and changing the data plan structure for iPhone and iPad, here is a quick guide to checking out your monthly data so you can purchase the right plan for you.
With a new iPhone expected in a week, is AT&T getting more aggressive with its data usage rates?
AT&T will roll out 3G MicroCell femtocells nationwide starting in April
If you routinely exceed your monthly allotment of talk time and/or text messages, OverMyMinutes can help by alerting you before the overage damage is done.
Over the weekend, iPhone Atlas readers and users on Apple's discussion forums reported various problems with iPhone OS 3.0 and iPhone 3G S upgrades.
The iPhone 3G and 3G S are both subsidized, selling for a significantly reduced price if you are eligible. Early iPhone 3G adopters, however, are finding themselves subject to a $200 higher price tag for the iPhone 3G S upgrade.
AT&T turns off detailed billing for most customers