CNET: households are now paying for data delivery at least three times over

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 6, 2010

Demands for universal data plans grow louder – “Between multiple cell phones, high-speed Internet connections, and even digital TV subscriptions, most households are now paying for data delivery at least three times over, and frequently paying the same provider twice. This is ridiculous, and it’s time for some major consolidation. It’s time for a universal data plan. I want to pay once (maybe twice) for data, I want that data to be unlimited, and I want to be able to use it in any fashion I choose.” [Molly Wood, CNET News]

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