This week everyone's been talking about the woman (it was actually lifecaster Justine!), who received a 300-page iPhone bill from AT&T in a box. The enormous bill was due in part to the fact that AT&T had a policy of recording every single text message, data transaction, and every phone call their customer's make and printing each on a separate line of their bill. For people using the iPhone's many applications, that means a book-sized report if you don't opt for web billing.
In an effort to save trees and avoid ridicule, AT&T will now default customers to a "summary" bill, according to USA Today. If you still haven't watched the video of Justine showing off her bill (she claims she sends 35,000 text messages a month!), read more
Raw interview with Justine about the making of the "300-Page iPhone Bill video" and her texting habits.