Maybe one reason our gov isn't pushing for REAL competition in the communication areas, is because it's easier to get cooperation from a small handful of phone and cable companies than it would be if we had dozens of options.
Real competition in the phone/cable(isp) area may not solve the problem but it would at least make it more likely we'd find out about abuses.
While I do not like the change here, I believe it is only capped when you use your phone as a hotspot (tether) for a pc or other wifi device. The data used by the phone (what the commercials are talking about) should still be unlimited. I only bring this up as a clarification, not a fan boy defense, and I may be wrong.
Of course if your phone is rooted you can add a tether that doesnt go through their plan and still get unlimited. Or so those bad pirate oriented people tell me.
If Sprint does actually limit my unlimited plan, that counts as a material change to my contract and I will use that to leave them and not pay an early term fee.
I'm going to take two sticks, on one I'll write TSA on the other DHS. As you wander around the airport, if you bang them together while shouting "I give up my rights for 'security'" it will cut your chances of being involved in a terrorist incident in half.
I know my parents used to watch it, but I thought it died years ago.
Every once in a while I see a short 15 second commercial that looks like those old news shows and they will say something like "Can the food you're eating kill you?!?!?!!? News at 6." This is usually followed by me pulling out my smart phone typing in a quick search and thinking, "no, I guess not, but I'm glad that someone was worried enough about me to pay for a commercial encouraging me to go to the net."