But will the competition follow suit now that the nation's two biggest wireless carriers offer shared data plans? Well, T-Mobile definitely doesn't seem interested. That becomes quite clear after reading a recent statement by Harry Thomas, who is the director of product marketing at T-Mobile. He accuses the AT&T and Verizon shared data plans of being "costly" even though they should provide more value in exchange of subscribers' money. Besides, they make it harder for users to keep track of their data consumption, which isn't a good thing since there are overage fees to be considered. At the same time, Thomas believes that T-Mobile's data offerings are cheaper and more flexible than those of its rivals.
Below is the exact statement:
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