Friday, February 15, 2013

How Straight Talk's TOS Makes Most iPhone Users Criminals

Are you tempted by Walmart and Straight Talk's promotion of "unlimited" iPhone 5 service? Unfortunately, it's too good to be true, and the situation is even worse than reported: almost every iPhone 5 user could be violating Straight Talk's terms of service.
Most "unlimited" services aren't really unlimited; they have a soft cap along the way where your data speeds get throttled. Straight Talk starts out with a straight lie, as it doesn't mention caps or throttling anywhere on its website, promising only "unlimited everything." That compares poorly to T-Mobile and Virgin Mobile, both of which make it clear how much full-speed data is included in each "unlimited" plan.

Read more: pcmag.com


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