In this one paragraph Quinn hides everything you need to know
about this move. The shared plans get a plug, the sleight of hand
that equates Wi-Fi with cellular access is accomplished, and AT&T
plays the network-management card, which is kind of like a
get-out-of-jail-free card for net-neutrality violations anyhow.
Defining Wi-Fi as wireless helps AT&T in both wireline and
wireless net-neutrality fights, which is why this is such an