One of the best parts of my day is the time I spend reading the New York Times. It seems to be one of the few daily papers that is holding its own, at least when it comes to generating lots of useful content.
I’m not sure how they are doing financially, but their bottom line has to be helped by the constant barrage of gaudy (orange!) full page ads that AT&T is running. Seems like there have two or three in the front section every day since the beginning of the month.
It seems that they are asking their customers who subscribe to unlimited data plans to limit their bandwidth usage or face the possibility of being forced to a “pay as you use” plan. Apparently, AT&T is unable to handle the data requirements that are being generated by IPhone users, even though they are the only service provider that works with the Apple smart phone.
Instead of expanding capacity and providing the service that they promised, mighty AT&T intends to “educate” their customers about their data consumption in hopes that they will “cut back”.
Hey AT&T! Instead of spending huge sums of money on luring new customers with full page ads, how about building some new towers.