The Feeding of the 300
No political hook, for once, but can this possibly be true?
This weekend a few AT&T subscribers received their first iPhone bill inside inch-thick packages. Ars Technica writers were among the first to complain about the size of their first iPhone bill, which would surprised even the most heavy Treo or Blackberry user. Apparently, the bills were 30-50 pages long, detailing every data transfer made on both sides of each page, and since iPhone users have unlimited data plans, all the recorded transactions amounted to a big fat zero.
Gizmodo runs with a photogenic woman's vlog about her 300 page bill. I suppose if you're a federal investigator you're hoping some criminals bought into the iFad, because you can find anything about users' usage that you want.