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And I guess no one explained to you the concept of supply and demand. If your supply is limited and it will all get demanded, and cannot be replenished any faster, or sold any faster, there is no reason whatsoever to offer bundled discounts. Why do you think Apple never gives discounts, even to its biggest distributors, like Best Buy? ATT's bandwidth is limited, and if you believe what they tell us, tapped out.
I don't understand what you are going on about. So let me make it clearer for you.If ATT charges Netflix x dollars per movie, and those Netflix movie are y big in terms of data, then there seems to be no reason that ATT couldn't charge you x dollars for z data, where y = z. There is no need for adding a middle man here other than to apparently increase the costs, overall, on data consumption.Right now ATT isn't having a problem selling all their data, in fact they are...
You don't necessarily have to pay twice, it would be like Amazon and books. Don't they have an agreement with ATT where you can download the books free? No contract needed? In other words, when you use those apps, your contract data won't be affected.
Agreed, but perhaps there is one up spin to all this. It controls what the Data is being used for, so you can't use the Data towards illegal ends, other than in your plan directly with ATT which they ensure is so low you can only do minimal amounts of piracy. At the end of the day, for everyone using the data legally, there can only be one reason why ATT wants this. They figure they can charge more, on total, for their Data, which is going to be bad for the consumers since...
If ATT can sell that Data to those companies at a cheap price, why can't it offer that same amount of Data to its consumers at the same price? So, let's say they charge netflix 1$ for movie, well, that means they could give you 1gb for 1$...
You have any evidence for this? It's a crazy assertion. The idea is very simple. Just like you change WiFi networks with your software, in the same way you would change Carriers with an embedded SIM through your software. No freedom is taken away, rather a bunch more is given to you.
For those complaining about the difficulty getting service initially with the built in SIM, you realize of course there are GPSs built into the phones right? That would immediately let the phone and software know where you are. Besides, even without that, It would be fairly easy to code the software to auto-detect available carriers and present the user with an option to select one of the Carriers should he have no service. After the user selects the carrier of choice, the...
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We will probably like it but until it has a camera, hdmi or mini-display port out (through dock is fine), and a properly functioning OS (multi-tasking/tethering or OS X), we will probably all wait. There is no point buying one twice, the first one, and then, when they get things right in Take 2. That is just wasteful and you know once it has the right features you will want the new one. So just be patient since it isn't really needed now anyway. It really seems Apple is...
Either the file will open the iwork app automatically or you will have a clickable download to (insert app name) link as you do in your current mail program, only difference is that it will be directly linked to the app rather than your downloads folder.
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