I was reading this yesterday, such a joke. It's becoming really hard to stay with big red........
Now you're just mashing it!
Hopefully Sprint does not jump on the bandwagon anytime soon. I like my unlimited data :)
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haha wow, cell phone companies are gonna start pushing people back to landlines...
its bad for business but good for temporary money. it amazes me how short-sighted big businesses are now, unless they are confident that through lobbying they can hold monopolistic control- or at the least get together and price fix.
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I had been really thinking about getting a smartphone (I don't really need one, but it would be nice to have), especially with rumors of family data plans, etc. Now I'm thinking I'd rather save the money.
Same here. The phones from all of the carriers do look tempting but I don't know if I want to pay $50 a month; especially since the added price is the data plan.
I am however looking for a pay-as-you-go smartphone like the ones Boost Mobile has.
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Thank goodness my phone only makes calls...Eh, i dont need 3G anyway. If i could get a decent smart phone without 3G i would, because honestly i dont need or even want internet everywhere.
I agree though if you don't renew your contract or upgrade your phone they you are grandfathered into the plan typically. Why are we moving backwards to capped wireless and capped internet again... I just don't understand it data does not cost that much to transport.
if they are smart, they wont.
Stop using them! If you tell ten friends, and I tell ten friends, and he tells ten friends....and so on,...and so on,.....and so on!
Ancient Chinese secret:P
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