It seems like the carriers want to force customers back to using the “phone” and less so the “computer” part of smartphones. My kids don’t have smartphones now but … my son is thirteen and my daughter is 11. In the fall we plan on upgrading our iPhones to the next generation and passing down the current ones to the kids. I guess then we’ll fit at least one part of the data plan equation.
> After doing the math, it turns out that shared data plans are a good value only for a specific type of customer: A high-income family with several data-hungry devices and chatty kids who send lots of text messages.
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