The Death of Unlimited Data: What It Means, and How You Can Keep Your Unlimited Data Plan
Verizon announced a new shared family plan today, and AT&T recently started throttling more unlimited users. If you're still clinging to your unlimited data plan, here's what you need to know about where it's going—and how you can keep it for as long as possible.
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