Peter Rojas has a great post up at his gdgt site, proposing that carriers begin offering a Multidevice Data Plan. He speculates that the end of unlimited data plans in the US is coming sooner rather than later, and that if we are going to have caps on our data usage (as many of us […]
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Peter Rojas has a great post up at his gdgt site, proposing that carriers begin offering a Multidevice Data Plan. He speculates that the end of unlimited data plans in the US is coming sooner rather than later, and that if we are going to have caps on our data usage (as many of us already do with AT&T) then we should be able to use that data across whichever devices we want.

Here’s the thing, if we are going to have to deal with caps then the carriers need to start thinking differently about how they offer their plans. I can accept that capped data plans may be inevitable, but if that’s the case then I also want to be able to use my bandwidth allotment however I see fit. And that means I should be able to use it with as many devices as I want as long as I don’t go over my limit. It’s my 2GB, right?
So I’m proposing that the carriers offer what I like to call a “multidevice data plan.”

Amen to that! Check out Peter’s full post here, it’s a great read:

http://bit.ly/99GeD4

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