Some say the “digital age” has been replaced by the “data age”. It’s no longer just about what hardware you have. The ability to retrieve the data quickly and in large chunks is defining companies and causing concern for consumers. Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam didn’t help put their minds at ease with his recent remarks.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam believes there’s a shelf life on unlimited data plans.
As the wireless world moves toward delivering more video and becomes the center of communication, unlimited offerings aren’t sustainable, McAdam said on Tuesday during an investor conference.