BlitzenZeusBurnt Out CynicPremium
Common sense from the EU?
Has hell frozen over? An actual bill to help protect the consumer from the greed of the carriers who bill the overage at a higher rate than the normal data plan?
What they've always needed to do is convert them into units, so if their bs limit is 10gb, and you charge $30 for 10gb, if they use 20gb charge them $60... If they use 15gb charge them $45.. However then they wouldn't need to charge $30 up front... just $3 per 1gb without charging them for data in the first place.
or... just actually provide two plans, unlimited data, and metered for the lower use users. At one point if the data charges exceed $60 they are unlimited for the rest of the month.
My hourly rates:
$25 per hour.
$35 per hour if you want to watch.
$45 per hour if you want to help.
$75 per hour if you tried to fix it, and failed.
Security through obscurity is for the ignorant who don't deserve security.