Fun fact: it isn't as unlimited as you think. If you read the fine print, Boost and such companies reserve the right to cancel your service for "excessive use", which is whatever they define it as (most likely, it is a case-by-case basis).keith10456 wrote:Right now companies like Boost Mobile offer "real" unlimited plans (phone, text and Internet) for $60 and under per month.
Oh, the things you learn when you work customer care for the wireless companies.
That's Apple for you.Marshalrusty wrote:Wow, that's definitely something. So even "standard" markup is now proprietary