You can download apps, listen to radio stations, stream TV, watch movies, play games with third parties, share data, log into your home PC, do real-time GPS, get traffic and weather reports, and thousands of other things. But only, according to the contract, on WiFi.
While AT&T has not force this term of use (that I know of) who knows what could happen in the future. What are your thoughts about this?
You can read the entire article at http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/15/8805
Wild TOS - glad that Sprint still offers unlimited use, unlimited content types on the handset data. Skype, rtsp video, YouTube, flash, telnet, ssh, TOR, whatever you choose to do on the handset.
People are already 'buzzing' about this on the forums today. Restricting WiFi is not that popular.
Well from the look of thing these TOS are not that new they have been since at least March of 2011 http://www.zdnet.com/blog/hardware/paying-for-a-da
Well that when that article was wrote but it could have been earlier. I thought they had just change it this month. Yet I am sure the Boom is coming soon. They were able to put data cap, limit the unlimited costumers by throttling, we can say this will be the new one coming.