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I havent looked too far into this so correct me if I am wrong but doesnt it seem like the cell phone companies are slipping one past us on these new "tablets"?
I understood that they got away with extra data plan fees on the iPad as it really didnt ressemble a phone at all.
But now that the Samsung Galaxy has blurred the line between phone and "tablet", (its really nothing more than an oversized droid phone) can someone explain to me why we are paying extra for the same service we already get on our smartphones?
To me, at first glance, it looks like I am expected to pay 3x as much for the device, which is I suppose normal since its about 3x larger.
But then I am suppose to pay extra data fees for less bandwidth, am I missing something?
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