how much is really enough?


There was a time when we had no internet, no sprawling streaming sites asking to you get glued and no mobile operators. I guess, life was much simpler then, sans mayhem and greed.

Today, the crucial question is – how much data is enough data? Just when you settled in for 2 GB and happily going around in a month to ensure you spend judiciously, out comes this huge, iconic announcement that changes everything. Customers are bull dozed with data, and just more data, luring customers to go crazy and ask for more. Trust me, 100 GB is not good enough today.

What has changed? Why this surge in data consumption and the drive to possess beyond limits?

I don’t know, may be you can answer better. Or may be, we are just changing. Remember, supply always is meant to meet the demand. We, as consumers have become in-delectably addicted to this urge of being glued to our mobile phones – sizes galore and so does our data in our disposal. We do everything, yes, almost everything with our mobile phones. We have become device maniacs.

We pay bills, we whatsapp all day, we FB like there’s no eternity, we tweet like hell, we check and send emails, we stream and download movies, we do music, we create presentations, we read news, sometimes we just browse – nothing to everything. See, I told you. We do everything with our mobile data.

Now we know, why this evolution that has led to a revolution!! Gosh, we have become paranoid, big data junkies who start the day with GBs and end it with just more and more GBs.

I am profoundly and fondly guilty of data consumption, are you? We are talking now.

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