• The Privacy Conundrum: What Will You Give Up To Protect Your Identity?

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Consumers believe they desire data privacy, but their actions often say otherwise. As major new regulation, GDPR, rolls out, the Privacy Conundrum- data protection at the expense of performance- challenges citizens, companies, regulators and nations to confront values and set priorities.
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  • T-Mobile announces WTH Deal in response to AT&T's grandfathered unlimited data plan price increase

    T-Mobile announces WTH Deal in response to AT&T's grandfathered unlimited data plan price increase

    5 monthes ago - By TmoNews

    One week after AT&T announced that it will soon increase the price of its grandfathered unlimited data plan - the third price hike on that plan to date - T-Mobile has revealed a new deal to tempt those with AT&T's grandfathered plan to jump ship. T-Mobile's WTH Deal will launch on June 20th. With this offer, AT&T customers with a grandfathered Data Unlimited for iPhone on 4G LTE with Visual Voicemail plan...
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  • Verizon gives heavy data users a new unlimited plan for a price video - CNET

    5 monthes ago - By CNET

    From The 3:59 show: The new unlimited data plan offers more perks, but starts at $90.
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  • Verizon's new unlimited data plan is the most expensive yet

    Verizon's new unlimited data plan is the most expensive yet

    5 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    Over the last two years, all four major wireless carriers have introduced unlimited data plans that have proved unsurprisingly popular. But despite the name, none of the plans are actually unlimited: there's a "deprioritization threshold" that's essentially a soft cap on data, limits on the quality of the video you can stream, and conditions on stuff like hotspot data. Just like the metered data plans of old, there are better and worse "unlimited" plans, and Verizon just launched the best and most expensive of all.
    Called " Above Unlimited, " the plan costs a teeth-clenching $95 per month...
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