Wireless operators hope all-you-can-eat pricing will prove appetizing to consumers still using their landlines.
The new pricing model could also help them in the protracted battle for customers with the cable industry.
Two weeks ago, Verizon Wireless was the first major U.S. wireless operator to announce a $99.99 unlimited voice plan. Within days, AT&T and T-Mobile followed with their own plans. And last week, Sprint Nextel announced its plan, which also includes unlimited data and a slew of premium wireless services.
These new plans naturally appeal to today's heaviest cell phone users. Road warriors who … Read more