So we've all probably notice all the major phone carriers recede from unlimited data plans, opting instead to tell consumers to resort to their home wi-fi networks and use the 250mb (on average) of data they receive on their contract 'as a back-up.'
There is, however, an option to this: we take it all back to how contracts were.
Pay for what you use. Charge by the minute, by the text, by the megabyte. Sounds scary doesn't it.