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Dialed In 182: Goodbye, unlimited data

Another week, another carrier gets rid of its unlimited data plan. This time it's Virgin Mobile. Plus, RIM's co-CEOS have six months to turn the company around; can they do it? We discuss these topics and more on this week's podcast.

There's a species that's quickly going extinct in the wireless world, and it's quite troubling. Of course, we're talking about the unlimited data plan, and Virgin Mobile is the latest carrier to get rid of theirs. You know who else is in trouble? RIM's co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, as the two have six months to prove they deserve their titles and can make the company competitive again. Can they do it? We discuss this, plus this week's rumors and reviews, all on Dialed In, episode 182.

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