personally I would rather see the data pushers (advertisers) pay for the privilege instead of me for going over data limit.\
"NotMe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
AT&T's new plan to charge Web sites for their customers' mobile usage http://j.mp/xapQMa
"AT&T won't give up on trying to monetize its pipes, and thanks to a
lack of network neutrality on wireless networks, its limited data
plans, and a hunger for bandwidth-consuming mobile apps, it may have
found a way to charge the likes of Facebook, Spotify and startups
offering bandwidth-heavy applications for the privilege of sending
their bits over Ma Bell's cellular network."