If you use a lot of data you bet it will be far cheaper to keep your unlimited data plan and pay full price for the handsets. Plus if you pay full price you don't get stuck in a contract. It will be interesting to see what Google does with them planning on selling the hardware. The phones are not likely to be $650 dollars from Google like they would be from VZW.
I don't know about that,........they said that Google Chrome Laptops would be cheaper too. But they're expensive as ~Hail~ aren't they?
I think that this is just an attempt at damage control while they still disrespect their customer base with crapolla rules. Don't forget that wireless companies post the highest profits of almost any companies on earth. All of them make many BILLIONS of dollars every year. They could afford to make it less expensive for us to play, but they know that we want it and we want it bad, so they're sticking it to us.
Uncle Sam is no help either, he's bought off.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
But see heres my problem. Yes i love my 4glte even if you buy a phone full retail from verizon your still paying all the stupid taxes,fees, hidden fees, and really i believe your probably still paying a subsidized price on your bill even though you havent upgraded. So your still paying out so much more in the long run. Im really thinking hard about going prepaid with my unlocked samsung galaxy note or hacking my droid bionic to work on att/tmobile bands.
@ajm531 always buy full price phones from amazonwireless.com it will save you a heck of a lot of money imo.
When you upgrade via Verizon, the phone is supposedly discounted, but the newly agreeded upon 2 year contract, ensures they get the full price for their phone, even if it spans across 2 years *lol*
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