Open Internet advocates are warning that AT&T's "sponsored data" program could create pay-to-play mobile Web.
Up to $650 per line to cover your early termination fee and buy back your obsolete phone.
The telecom giant will allow online services to pay for the data they use, which will save you money while stifling competition.
Was it because of all those mean tweets?
The carrier's announcement of disclosure follows a similar one by Verizon on Thursday.
International data promises to be the next big battleground for carriers.
All the carriers had room for improvement, but one in particular (rhymes with "hint") has a long way to go to make the honor roll.
You'll still have to call your carrier if you want to free your phone, however.
Getting your hands on a new iPhone may soon cost you more, as carriers move away from subsidies and aim to make customers pay for their phones directly.
The carrier wants to reject a shareholder proposal calling for reports on government data requests.