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$30 "data plan" = messaging + data unlimited??
I did play with a customer's phone (his son worked for Nokia) and the keyboard was pretty decent for the size. Not bad, Nokia.
$70 a month minimum without text..... WOW!
So with text package your looking at $75 a month or $1,800 over 2 years. Thats a lot of money for this phone.
i have done this with windows mobile and ...
I might be wrong, of course, but AT&T's press releases have bee...
$30 Data Plan???
It looks nice..