My initial reaction would be outrage that AT&T is killing off unlimited data plans, but I’m so happy that tethering is finally coming to the iPhone (a year late) that I almost don’t care.
The pricing does seem reasonable for most iPhone users, but I’m sure I’ll go over some months, so I’ll be paying more.
I think the killing off of unlimited data for the iPad is particularly lame — this was a huge point Apple touted leading up to launch. I’m sure they’re not happy about that.
We spoke to Mark Collins — AT&T Mobility’s senior vice president of data and voice products — about the changes for a few clarifications on the company’s strategy, and he made it crystal clear that the concept of unlimited data is a thing in the past.
It was fun while it lasted.