Other top executives at AT&T, including wireless chief Ralph de la Vega, and Verizon Wireless have recently argued in favored of tiered pricing models similar to how most consumers pay for gas or water usage.
- This pricing should only be in place if people who really use very little pay very very little. It’s an arbitrary number, but I think $5 for for 200 MB should be good, $10 for 1GB, $15 – 2GB, $20 – 3GB. I think you see where this is going.
- Users are not locked into a data plan. So users who use less in a month are good, and in months where they go data heavy they pay for it.
Sound off what do you think?