A Step Backwards for Broadband?

In an age where unlimited contracts are king – Sprint has just announced a pretty decent unlimited mobile usage contract for $99 per month – Time Warner (or as well called it in NYC – Crime Warner) is doing something that on the outset seems incredibly stupid.

I read that the provider is looking to charge its broadband customers for additional usage if its customers go over certain data levels.


This is wrong on a lot of levels, but can you imagine – in this day and age – worrying about how many videos or songs you download, or even potentially how many emails and attachments you send?

Wow…just…wow…it amazes me how some companies simply refuse to think in a customer-centric manner.