I love this bit of sarcasm from Shepard Smith: 

Editor-in-chief of social media site Mashable.com, Lance Ulanoff, sat down with Smith to discuss AT&T’s data service plan. “I’m not doing anything differently than I ever have, but now they’re going to charge me more for the same thing I’ve always been doing,” Smith said to Ulanoff. “Thanks, because you know what, you’re system is awesome. It really works great!” Smith jokingly said to AT&T.

He’s right. AT&T (and Verizon and others) continue to get away with charging us more and more for the same services. 

Isn’t it supposed to work the other way? Shouldn’t services get cheaper as more people use them and as technology improves?