It seems that when they're not busy messing up iPhone activations or re-booting their Windows XP iPhone kiosks, the folks over at AT&T spend their time printing out iPhone bills that resemble the screenplay to "The Godfather Part II".
Apparently, AT&T's billing system logs each and every data transfer. Data transfers include such things as surfing the web and checking e-mail. Consider how often the average iPhone user does these sort of operations each day. The result is the sort of gargantuan archive that would make Noah Webster jealous.
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