Honestly, I predict that in the long run, it will balance itself out just like mobile phone plans did. Remember when all the mobile carriers had unlimited plans, then got rid of them in favor of tiered plans (300,500,1000 min. plans) where you were almost guaranteed to go over your usage, and any left over unused time was lost. Then when people got tired of being overcharged, they either cut way back, or went with smaller carriers that offered better rates and still had unlimited service. The larger carriers got the message and went back to offering unlimited plans again. So kind of look at this a giant social, economic experiment where you get to be the test rat. The end result will be how consumers respond.
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1/2/11 at 6:54am