I think this is a prime example of "Moron in a hurry" I thing the Trademark office should elect one of them to be forced to change their name so as to no longer be confused with the other. I don't want to call Time Warner because my cable is out and have the TV network show up and tell me they can't do anything.
Netflix, for example, charges $7.99 a month for its “basic” subscription. A basic subscriber does not get unlimited usage of Netflix’s library for that price but, instead, is limited to videos in standard definition format and on only one screen at a time."
Close...What the phone companies are doing is acting like Netflix and charging $7.99/month, but only allowing us to watch 20 movies a month. Once we reach our 20 movie cap, we get charged $1.99/movie extra. Now compound that with Netflix/other companies sending us movie "previews" that count against our movie cap, but they won't tell us by how much...
Data caps have been idiotic when the data is "infinite" There's no way you're going to run out of 1's and 0's in the middle of downloading something.
Between the USOC's antics around trademark and NBC's massive fail in broadcasting the 2012 Olympic games (who the hell TAPE DELAYS live events???) I've pretty much lost all interest in the Olympics at this point.