I just realized that there’s a Cowbell application for the iPhone. That’s funny. Considering my earlier post where I said “AT&T We Need More Cow Bell” regarding the AT&T Network problems reported in some areas related to iPhone users using too much Bandwidth (Cow Bell) on the service.
You can search for “AT&T Cow Bell” or “AT&T Cowbell” to find my post on AT&T Cow Bell problem, or just scroll down to find it.
Anyway it’s not a productivity app that’s for sure. Just something for fun. And I happened to find it while checking the above key words to see if I was being found.
On another note … according the NY Times source that I wrote about in my earlier post supposedly AT&T says the following:
AT&T says it has no intention of capping how much data iPhone owners use.
* That’s something that kind of irked me. If they don’t cap (don’t have a policy, have in the plan) iPhone 3G Data users then they should not be capping other 3G users at 5Gb per month. I’ve been on the phone with AT&T Customer Service and Billing and was told that there is no other plan for Laptop 3G users. The previously named “Unlimited” is now Data Connect 5Gb.
I don’t know what anyone else thinks but that seems like another “Network Neutrality” issue now with AT&T. If one 3G device gets unlimited Cow Bell (Data) then everyone else should too. It would not be fair to let iPhone 3G customers use *real* unlimited data service and to NOT let other 3G customers do the same thing.
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