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T-Mobile Ditches 'Greedy, Predatory' Overage Fees


T-Mobile chief John Legere wants AT&T, Verizon and Sprint customers to get mad as hell and not take overage charges any more -- and if they switch to T-Mobile, they won't have to. Eliminating overage fees is the latest "uncarrier" move for T-Mobile, which is positioning itself as the champion of the little people -- the ones who use smartphones, anyway.
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Dropbox Reaches for Brass Ring With Photo-Sharing Carousel


Competition in the cloud storage space is hot, and the player that innovates the most may be the winner. Dropbox's move to offer more data saving and sharing through its new Carousel app is smart, said Benjamin Woo, managing director of Neuralytix. "The most important thing here is about what Dropbox is realizing -- and the bottom line is that the company that stores the data owns the user."
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Re: And Now, B2B Cartels? 2  si-mon   2002-01-28 08:40:15 
Re: Whooping It Up in Seattle 3  jwerlin   2002-01-25 14:58:25 
Difference between Seibel and Blue Martini 1  whasssuppp   2002-01-24 16:31:29 
Re: Amazon Delivers on Profit Promise, Breaks $1B Barrier 4  davidport   2002-01-24 08:10:52 
Re: A Tale of Two Giants: Amazon and Kmart 2  bkasanoff   2002-01-23 18:16:08 
Re: E-Tail Shakeout Not Over Yet 7  NewsNow   2002-01-21 18:43:33 
Re: Is Online Retailing Recession-Proof? 6  JimPflaum   2002-01-21 17:46:53 
Re: The New War on Cybercrime 3  johne37179   2002-01-21 10:53:43 
Re: Microsoft Sues Internet Software Pirates 10  casesensitive   2002-01-18 09:40:31 
Re: Online Grocery Slowly Gets Back on its Feet 2  dan_39   2002-01-18 08:16:52 
Re: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds 2  m.van.leeuwen   2002-01-18 03:57:34 
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be? 3  laurellane   2002-01-17 11:44:52 
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web? 2  jluster   2002-01-16 12:15:54 
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion 2  dtrotzer   2002-01-15 10:04:56 
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks 2  danmoran   2002-01-12 15:48:30 
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind 2  ucheabagbodi   2002-01-11 20:50:02 
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work 3  slosi   2002-01-11 18:15:06 
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail 4  jimf12   2002-01-11 13:51:32 
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101 2  devitry   2002-01-10 23:55:08 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD 8  mdanna   2002-01-09 18:29:10 

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