It still is $20 for the unlimited texting, internet, and e-mail FYI, If someone currently has a Sidekick already, they don't have to worry about the price going up. I'm not sure why you're complaining, because I'm not sure if you realize that at AT&T, the complete Data and Unlimited Messaging bundle is a total of $35. Yes the Sidekick will be going up in price to $35 as well. The $25 package you're talking about is for people who want unlimited access to internet and e-mail but don't text as much. I believe $25 is a great price, its what it was before! At T-Mobile, if you break it down, the messaging bundles are from 400/$4.99, 1000/$9.99, and unlimited/$14.99. Also, the unlimited internet and e-mail for PDAs is $19.99 currently. T-Mobile is... (continues)
and well, neither is side kick...and if i'm not mistaken the sidekick has never released a touch screen model. and uh o yea...the special "sidekick pack" thats required w/ a side kick is nothing more than a texting pack. if its a manditory upgrade...shouldn't it apply to say something more than a messaging phone? at least with a blackberry you get access to something more than texting
I'm not sure if you knew this or not, but the Sidekick Package is not "more than a texting pack". It is a COMPLETE bundle of unlimited texting, internet, and e-mail. All for $19.99. Just thought I'd fill you in.
The SideKick has a full browser. A touch screen is just a physical feature. Why would a user really need that when a BlackBerry doesn't have one (except for the new Storm for Verizon). The SideKick is larger and has more programs than just the texting and IMs that the QuickFire has.