AT&T is making the rounds in the news again and today, it's for altering the meaning of the word "bonus" as we know it. After notifying its Mobile Share Value plan users of an upcoming addition of 15GB of "bonus" data to their plans, the company says members will have to pony up an additional $10 a month to enjoy the "gift." And the only way to refuse the gift is by leaving the party. Read MoreAT&T gifts its Mobile Value Share users wi... (Date:11/08/2019 14:26) Read full article >>

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