After changing the way mobile providers dealt with cellphone subsidies, T-Mobile has now decided to "abolish consumer overages". The mobile carrier today announced part three of its new three part Un-carrier movement. Part one involved rolling out the company's Starter Plan which gave "value-conscious Americans" unlimited talk, text and up to 500MB 4G LTE data for only $40. Part two, entitled "Operation Tablet Freedom," allowed tablet owners to save money while upgrading to a 4G LTE model.
Part three challenges AT&T, Verizon and Sprint to eliminate overage penalties. John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile, who says "overage fees are flat out wrong," has created a petition on Change.org asking all wireless carriers to abolish their "greedy, predatory" practices.