“A senior AT&T Inc. executive dismissed speculation that the telecommunications carrier is planning to change the way it prices data plans for its wireless customers, but said it will give customers incentives to limit their use of its wireless network for surfing the Internet or downloading mobile applications,” Niraj Sheth reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“‘We have not made any decision to implement tiered pricing,’ AT&T Mobility Chief Executive Ralph de la Vega said Wednesday, referring to plans that would charge based on how much data a customer uses rather than the unlimited plans that are popular today,” Sheth reports.
“Mr. de la Vega declined to comment on the sorts of incentives the company will give customers to use less data,” Sheth reports.
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