AT&T has dropped its ridiculously long iPhone bills that quickly became a laughingstock of the cell phone industry. Customers with now get a summary bill that will run about three pages. Full statements will details of each phone call and data transfer will continue to be available on AT&T's Web site.
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What's most puzzling about the bills is that they copiously document something for which users are not charged. Since iPhone customers have plans with unlimited Internet access, the bills were not only wasteful but also unhelpful. Fortunately, AT&T's decision to shorten the bills will be easier on customers and mail carriers alike. And it will save a few trees in the process.