AT&T Stuck My Girlfriend With A Data Plan She Didn't Want

AT&T Stuck My Girlfriend With A Data Plan She Didn't Want

David says he lent his girlfriend an old smart phone, then AT&T forced her into a data plan for which she had no desire. A story on Endgadget proves he is not alone. [More]

iPhone Users Sucking Up 5 Times As Much Data As Blackberry Users

iPhone Users Sucking Up 5 Times As Much Data As Blackberry Users

Just in case you didn’t already know this from all the times you’ve seen someone bust out their iPhone just to pull up imdb.com or Wikipedia to settle a bar bet, a new study published by our hot cousins at Consumer Reports shows that users of Apple’s super phone are using up to five times more data each month than Blackberry owners and nearly double that of other smart phones. [More]

Analyst Predicts Verizon Will Break AT&T's iPhone Monopoly In June

Analyst Predicts Verizon Will Break AT&T's iPhone Monopoly In June

Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek roused the hopes of Verizonites everywhere by predicting Apple will sic its upcoming iPhone 4G on the cell phone company’s customers come June, Tech Trader Daily reports. [More]

Zagg Zags When It Could Have Zigged, Helps A Brother Out

Zagg Zags When It Could Have Zigged, Helps A Brother Out

David wrote in to tell us how he bought a cell phone, accidentally ruined the screen protector, then sought out the phone-condom manufacturer Zagg to try to buy a new one. What happened next was the stuff of a Frank Capra movie. Check out his story to see why David has gone Zagg-nuts:

The New iPhone May Save You Money—If You Don't Buy One

The New iPhone May Save You Money—If You Don't Buy One

If you’re thinking about getting that new 3G iPhone, you might want to hold off a few more months and see what happens with the other carriers. BusinessWeek has an article about how AT&T’s aggressive subsidizing of the iPhone will have a negative impact on handset makers and carriers, because it’s going to force them to increase subsidies and reduce service fees. Translation: good times for the consumer bold enough to stay off the iPhone train.