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4-30-2009 @ 12:14AM
>Except the people that are using the app would just use the armory site anyway if they didn't have it.Sure, some of them will use the armory site, some of the time. That's why it is there. Most of the time anyway.However, most people won't be at their computes as much as they have their iphones with them. Which means they'd use the armory less. So it'd be less of a bother on the bandwidth.As far as the other services go, maybe they'll receive some letters too. Or maybe Blizzard just accepts their usage as it is somewhat limited compared to the iPhone's. I dunno, not in on the Blizzard decision process. For all we know it's AT&T driving it.
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