It may seem quiet outside, but we’re in the midst of a revolution – a data revolution.
With the introduction of apps that allow smartphone users to stream music and video, the wireless industry has seen a sharp spike in data demand. Last week, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo said the carrier has seen a data growth rate of 75 percent year over on its LTE network.
Though some carriers like T-Mobile would have consumers believe we’re living in the age of unlimited everything, capacity – and the data usage it supports – is a finite resource.
According to AOptix vice president of marketing Christina Richards, T-Mobile may soon find itself in a bind as more and more subscribers look to cash in on their unlimited plans. Click Here