can they charge? I always wondered if it was even possible to legally put a data cap or charge in the United States.
Imagine or just pause before you type up a magical spell . .Weather/Safety alerts, PBS, CSpan, Whitehouse.GOV, College TV, Religious many many more. All these have tax breaks or receive government or are government tv programs. What if I went over my data pricing cap. The company then charged me for whatever i went over. . . . What if I called they back and claimed that all the data was I was accessing was one of these services. Could one argue that I could not be charged for viewing these considering the cell phone itself is on a government sponsored/supported/provided band?
Like TV itself? I paid for the antenna and the television or viewing device, yet the product/signal are there provided from tax dollars or programs. In result we get Safety, weather, and loads of other alerts.
I know I did not elaborate very well here but does someone get my point?