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Mar 12, 2009, 8:44 PM

AT&T lawsuit in 3...2...1

That is all.
Even when they apparently have a roaming agreement and a specific agreement concerning the 5G data limit?

Sounds like they already did quite a few negotiations with AT&T...

Mar 13, 2009, 12:58 AM

Isn't unlimited data 60?

If unlimited data is $60 for the usb data modems, and unlimited data is 30 for pda phones, 10 more a month for truly unlimited data might make sense. If AT&T knows that is what it is for, then it will prob stay around. otherwise... Also the economy of scale works here. Imagine. you get 60/mo or 50/mo and don't have to deal with all headache of collections/phone subsidies/warranties/CS. pretty sweet deal for AT&T.
Since August 31st of last year, the Data Connect plan for usb modems caps at 5gb, and that's been a hard cap (as in: you're billed for everything over 5gb) since September. Anyone who activated before that would still have an unlimited plan.


Mar 12, 2009, 10:54 PM

I just dont get it

How can other companies use someone else network and offer a much better deal, i.e. Boost uses Nextel and they offer unlimited everything for $50 and no contract, but Nextel will cost you twice that and a two year deal.
I think when a carrier gets big, billing depts and such start getting really, really expensive
I can only speak for Nextel and Boost. You go for Nextel and you basically get a wider array of phones and protection of that phone. Your Boost phone breaks and you have to buy another device. You can't get it fixed either. So imagine blowing $100 on ...

Mar 12, 2009, 11:24 PM

No text messaging

Probably not gonna be able to sent text messages.

Sounds great to me!

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