This Data Is Brought to You by the Letters A, T, and T

Posted by Lorie Robinson, Product Manager

January 21, 2014; 4:01 PM

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held recently, and one company’s announcement caught the eye of the technology blogosphere. In a bold move, AT&T introduced its long-rumored Sponsored Data billing program. Mobile app developers and content providers can now pay AT&T to sponsor bits of data consumed by their customers, rather than counting it against the customer’s data plan.

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Topics: BYOD, technology, net neutrality, product development, Federal Communications Commission (FCC)