Msg#: 4158368 posted 9:34 am on Jun 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
yes, but surely no-one is suprised
it was obvious that unlimited bandwidth wouldn't last long, although as technology improves and network infrastructure improves then prices will drop again (just like with regular mobile phone tariffs and landline based internet connections have - in the UK at least)
Msg#: 4158368 posted 10:23 am on Jun 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
>>According to the phone operators, it's a relative few heavy usage users that have tipped the balance.
yes, it's a complicated issue ... from a selfish perspective, i'd rather not effectively pay for 'heavy users'
- on the other hand do we suspect it's just an excuse and infact the unlimited tariffs were only ever a marketing ploy to get users to sign up ... and if this is the case is it wrong or not to launch a product in this way?