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Verizon Pushing Tiered 3G Data Plans Starting October 28th?

Everyone ready for tiered 3G data plans on Verizon?  We were told last week that this was coming when tipped about a major employee training that’s happening over the next 2 weeks, but this is another confirmation.  According to the latest rumor, Verizon will roll them out on October 28th (yes, 10 days from now) and will offer smartphone users 2 choices:  $15 for 150MB and $29.99 for unlimited.  There are also feature phone plan changes, but seriously who uses a feature phone?  On that note though, the feature phone data plans will be identical to smartphone plans meaning they are on the outs and Verizon is doing their best to push everyone into a Droid or Blackberry.

Anyone excited about this?  Not excited?

Via:  Engadget

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  • Wwsenior11

    why dont we go a little toward what sprint and at&t are doing its much simpler with the economy the way it is and with how much money the average ppl in the world are making these days

  • BAoxymoron

    didn't they already offer the 150mb plan for feature phones????? oh well… as long as I get my unlimited plan

  • Sgthemmer

    Im glad it is this price point I was having cold sweats about crazy phone bills.

  • frankd

    Im sticking with my unlimited so it doesnt affect me, but as far as the the tiered, I guess it will all depend on how they market it… If they try telling droid buyers that the 150mb plan should be enough for them and then smack them with a few hundred dollar bill for going over, that will be major BS… if the tier is truly only aimed at all the lower usage type phones so they can get a little bit of enjoyment and a little taste of data thats fine…

  • Bucho2k

    As long as they keep the unlimited I'm safe. I use 11-16GB of data every cycle. They hate me.

  • Pandemic187

    So, basically: Pay $15/month if you use so little data that having a smartphone can't even be justified – or pay $30/month. Makes perfect sense!

  • EDIT: $30 for unlimited is gravy. Wish they had the same deal for 4G. {{-_-}}

  • Paul E.

    So, my 2-3 GB usage a month sees… no changes? Ok, I'm fine with that.

  • timarnette

    I am fine with it. Verizon is sending me a new Droid X tomorrow because I did something wrong flashing a ROM. I did not tell them that. They ask me to pull the battery and try to boot the phone, did not work the guy said we will send you out a new Droid X today and it will be at my house before 3:00 pm. I have the Fedex tracking number now. So I can't be too upset with them. Pretty damn fair if you ask me. AT&T would never doing anything like this for anyone.

  • Scohking20

    Ill break 20g this month. Thank god for unlimited!

  • People: not only does the $30 a month pay for the data you use, it SUBSIDIZES YOUR PHONE. The reason Verizon sells Droids for $200 that MSRP for nearly $600 is they make all the money back up through the data charges. If they gave you a proportionate amount of data for the money, they wouldn't make any money. That's why the cap for the $15 a month charge is so dang low. So yes, if they're subsidizing $350 to the price of your phone and they need to maintain the data network, they need to charge more than $15 a month for phones that will use a lot of data, but they're trying to get money out of the customers with cheaper internet enabled phones.

  • Nescio1988

    It really pisses me off that verizon has used their position in the cell phone market to instate higher prices. It's one thing to pay for quality but it's another thing entirely to bend someone over. What about the customers who want a messaging phone but don't want to pay the $360 fee associated with simply owning a phone capable of going on the internet? you're stuck with either a flip phone or a smartphone that will inevitably cost you data overage fees. They're polar opposites in the cell phone world and verizon is indirectly forcing you into a costly data plan. Verizon you suck.

    • Czar

      Wtf? If you have a droid, you already pay $30 a month, so this gives your a cheaper alternative. In might actually but my wife a droid because of this.

  • Chris Nimon

    I thought they were taking Unlimited Data off the table, or was that reserved for 4g?

  • Boom

    Perfect example… My mother has an Eris, simply cause she thought it looked nice… She uses the phone for calls and pictures of her grandchildren… Boom, I save 15 bucks a month… No complaint here!

  • i agree as long as i keep my $30/mo unlimited i think this is a great thing. the questions is going to be if 4g is on a separate plan or if i would be part of the $30 data (assuming you decide to upgrade phones w/out a new contract)

  • Well this isn't a big deal if you still want the unlimited data. It is actually good for someone who needs data for their phone and doesn't want to spend a lot of money.

  • Rizzidy

    As long as they keep the unlimited plans available, this is fine with me.

  • Brian

    Smoke and mirrors to make $30 plan look better and justify higher tiered pricing for LTE. I hate mobile phone service pricing. Give me one price per mb for data and one price per min for phone useage and be done with it. None of this game of trying to guess how much you will use in the future and then charge you for unused service or massive overages should your guess be wrong. Bunch of bs.

    • Dave

      goto t-mobile you get what u pay for unlimited crappy service.

  • hunkoman

    Mmmmm isn't the low data plan currently $9.99? As I understand it for say an EnV 3 you have to have a data plan of some sort unless grandfathered in.

  • Misphit917

    Serious who with a smart phone uses 150 mb?

    • koolshaggy

      My wife does. She has a Blackberry and only averages about 25 mb per month. She just uses it for email and facebook. She doesn't browse the web or watch videos. I on the other hand use 3 GB per month on my Droid. VZW just saved me $15 per month on my bill.

      Stop complaining about the lower plan. Even if they put the $15 plan at 500 mb you trolls would still complain about it not being enough.

      Thank you VZW for saving me money.

  • Greg

    Lol, I probably use more than 150 mb per day.

    • At least that much, I was going to say I probably have more than 150mb/month in app updates… Lol

  • I think it's great they are keeping the unlimited option and I think the 150mb will be a good option for some people. It's easy for us as phone geeks to lose perspective on how many people have smartphones for very different reasons but I see a lot of older users and less tech savvy users buy them for the larger screens or just because they make email easy.

  • Justin

    Im on 5g bitches

  • Do a test, plug your phone in so your phone stays active for one entire day without use and see how much your widgets and background data actually pulls. then multiply by 30 and see if it is even possible to stay under 150MB. I'm going to do it with my backup droid eris.

  • CIFchamp24

    Some of you guys just can't help but complain. “But I use 150 GB:(” Nothing is changing for anyone who doesn't want to. Come on people! Am I right?

    • MattInPDX

      Um, 432MB of usage this month and I don't consider myself even close to a mid-tier user on my Droid 1.

      • CIFchamp24

        I'm missing your point… you have an unlimited plan. Nothing changes for you if you don't want.

  • Niedespi12

    To Me, I think it is BS that verizon would even offer that option. It really does take away the point of owning any type of multimedia device in the first place. It just shows you how they thrive on simple everyday mistakes to make a profit. even if it is user error, it still is not right no matter which way you look at it..
    Asides from the better devices I have been fed up with the fact that verizon is sooo expensive, Lets get real here i for one love my device i love to use it. but i know for a fact they are trying to ream people for money left and right for every little thing, when is it going to stop?? It just keeps getting more expensive, I for one am going to jump ship at this point! Although i love the service, i just don't see any pricing plans that are geared towards the average consumer, It just plan sick at this point… I guess you have to pay to play..but that as a second option is just plain ridiculous!

    • DBK

      Considering the quality of the service you get and the types of phones available, it's not surprising that it's a bit costly. You get what you pay for, which in this case is a good thing. There are affordable plans out there (I have one, so I should know), you just need to make the extra effort to research what you buy in order to get the most suitable phone possible and the best price possible. Blindly buying the latest and greatest out there is obviously going to put a strain on the wallet.

      In my opinion, I think this change is fine because it doesn't affect the Unlimited option and it helps out those who don't use that much data (yes they do exist). It would have been more preferable, and maybe a little fairer, to make that limit a little higher, but it's not that big a deal, in all honesty.

  • Im excited about this! ill save 15 bucks like other ppl have mentioned, my phone is 90% of the time on Wi-Fi :]

  • Lilcal70

    I'm just glad they still have unlimited..that was my biggest concern..nobody should bitch about it either unlimited is nice to have so you never have to worry and if you don't want unlimited then get the other option ha

  • RoadsterHD1

    Unlimited is the only way to go, but what about the LTE or 4G plans, that what I'm talking about.

  • carl

    Hell yea i'm excited, i use like 6mb a month on my phone, ill save $15 dollars each month now, thats great news!

  • guest

    Keep in mind the overages are more reasonable too. AT&T charges you another 15 dollars for another 200 mb if you go over. Verizon is charging 10 cents per megabyte over. Though I'd still prefer T-mobile's approach of just throttling your speed until you proactively buy more bandwidth.

  • I guess some/most people will complain about anything. All who have unlimited data would complain like crazy if they got rid of it, but guess what? They didn't and it's the same price even! There is seriously nothing to complain about.

    • Exactly! I'm actually thrilled they didn't kill unlimited for people like me. And I think the 150 is for feature phones anyway, because there's no way a smartphone could get by on that.

  • DarthRogue

    It would have been better in my mind to make the limited plan something like $10 for 250mb, and $20 for 1gb… 150mb might be fine for a feature phone, but for a full blown DROID, it's not enough. I most likely go through about 20mb at least per day…
    And also, to anybody who didn't think this was coming, why did you THINK verizon put a data usage widget in the my verizon app? So that you could say, huh, i've used this much data out of unlimited. By my math, I have about an infinite amount left! Really now…

  • LifeIsTooShortToWasteTime

    Make little to no difference to me. The company pays the bill and its not changing. Personally, I do not even want a smartphone. Nice gadget, cool to have and all that, but what a time waster it has become. It tethers me to work and I find myself spending more time than ever doing unproductive things on the smartphone both at work and at home rather than enjoying precious moments away from such burdening technology. I was much happier “way back when…” before smartphones came along and replaced my down time with ever increasing amounts of rubbish I need to process. Totally unnecessary – like 500 TV channels filled with trash programming for the most part. I'd rather take the $1 a day it costs for the data plan and buy a cold beer at happy hour.

    • If you're so short on time why are you wasting it posting comments?

  • Rain_king46

    Maybe I am missing something, but isnt this pretty much what we already had?

  • Tuna

    I think it's great, as long as there is always an unlimited plan, and as long as it's on more than $30, this is great. That gets more people into smart phones without pushing the full $30.

  • Well I'm 2/3 through my billing cycle and at 500+ MB easy even though I use wi-fi when I'm home or at school (i.e. 90% of my life). So I guess I have absolutely no shot of saving an extra $15 a month, but hey, at least I don't have to pay more!

  • BigFonz

    As long as the unlimited plan doesn't go over $30. I'm straight.

  • JTE

    Does anyone remember the net neutrality debacle with verizon & google where they basically said some forms of connection would receive priority over others? This could be step one. UL ultimately performing better than lower tiers in the long run. When there are more *reasonable* methods to segregate users (and the amount you pay monthly is one of them) it gets easier for them to justify throttling people who don't generate as much profit.

  • Guest

    6 days into my cycle…already at 2.6GB's…think I will stay with my current plan…

    • Olgarcu7

      what you do teather with droid,and watch movies all day??

  • I'm just glad they're keeping the unlimited plans. There's no way I can keep it under 150 MBs every month. I blow through more than that with a weeks worth of podcasts alone!

  • jbeise

    its actually a good deal i need unlimited for my droid but my wife hardly uses any data so we could save $15 a month so why not

  • brando56894

    Thats quite a ridiculous price range, its like here pay $15 and get 1/10th of a gigabyte or pay twice that and get all the data you want! I think the 150mb should be around $5-10 instead.

  • Peter

    As long as they keep the unlimited plan, and don't raise the price I'm ok with it.

  • $15 for 150MB on their supposed tiered 3G plan? I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn't 4/1/2010. 150mb? What's that worth? A few tweets? A couple of facebook posts? Honestly, why even bother offering this, except for marketing/low price point-of-entry for noobies who don't know better.

    • You know, there are millions of people out there who don’t use very much data that love this. Yes, its useless to everyone here, let’s face it, if we’re on droid-life.com we’re nerds and use more data than average. choices should still be available for the rest of the world

  • Livin2Bfree

    What a load of garbage. Who in here right mind owning a smartphone like the Droids can get away with only 150Mb a month. I'm sure there are some but that is very few I'm sure. I will say nice scam they play to get you hooked into contract. then you realize after the first months bill you need to up the plan and then they have you stuck for $30/mon. IMO is a load of crap that is for sure. If they are going to tier it at least give us some usage worth while then. They are making a killing on this if they can give unlimited for $30, yet want to charge $15 for a measly 150Mb. What I do find funny tho is that as of now on feature phones you can get a whole 25Mb for $10 and they use much less data then a smartphone. that said whole pricing plans are a joke if you actually think about it.

    I'll also say this, if this is the type of pricing we are going to see I don't even want to see what there LTE tiered pricing is going to be.

  • dmd1101

    some of you are idiots. i have a droid x. i have wi-fi @ home. last month i used about 120 mb of data. i'm definitely looking forward to the tiered pricing and only paying half of the unlimited plan. i honestly don't know how some users are over 5 gb of data. if you are using that much data, you probably fall in line of having some sort of computer (laptop/desktop) with some sort of internet package. and for those who work in an office environment, you have a computer in front of you some/most of the day. people need to calm down and realize there is a life outside of your digital devices.

    i wonder what the internetz would be if verizon didn't offer an unlimited plan………

    • Cjreyes666

      Some dont have wifi and/or cancellec thier internet packages once we rooted our phones.

    • Using wifi is great if you can, but that won't work for everyone. I drive a truck for a living and my droid has become my primary communication link. I average over 5 and will end up a little over 8gb this month. I would love to use wifi, but it isn't usually an option. You're lucky if this will save you money, but for most droid users 150mb will not cut it.

      • dmd1101

        george – you have a very valid point. some people don’t have access to wifi. but….some people do AND still rack up over 5gb of data per month. idk….my main point is that verizon is still allowing for an unlimited plan at the same prices, so heavy users that are complaining that there isn’t a tier around the 1-2 gb amount should just shut up. i’m no means a verizon apologist – but it could have been a lot worse (aka no unlimited plan like at&t).

  • Numbskill

    Are you sure this won't be more about 4G than it is about 3G?

  • markswoods

    I don't see how this works out well for most Droid users. I average around 850M per month – and I don't really see myself as a heavy data user. I think a lot of that is just the background syncing that goes on with a lot of apps.

  • Prior we had one option… they gave you more and their are complaints… I really don't see how anyone has any room to complain. If I was unsatisfied I would just switch carriers.

  • durangojim

    I'm actually looking forward to this. They're just giving us more options, and really not taking anything away.

  • bluudev

    for comparison purposes…i consider myself a relatively LIGHT data user, and I am at 704 MB 2/3 of the way through my billing cycle. I can't imagine the 150MB is viable for anyone unless they are actively going to avoid even web and e-mail.

  • Bill

    i think that 30$ is complete BS for us who don't tether and or NEARLY use 30$ worth of data. i for one cannot wait to get a decreased price for what i actually use per month

  • Bottlerocket79

    This can be kinda good. My fiancee uses about 100mb a month, and I use about 500mb or more. I can stay at the same rate and she can save $15 a month.

  • Craig

    Seeing as I'm at 3.7gb for my current billing cycle I'll be staying UL…..

  • Aja

    I like that they're dropping the $10/month on feature phones.. I was about to buy my wife Samsung Reality and wasn't about to shell an extra $10/month for 25MB!! I heard about this a month or so ago and made her wait until the changes were announced. Glad I waited. She can always use the wifi's if she needs too.

    I still think $15 for 150MB is a rip off though, it should be at least 500Mb-1Gb. Is it even possible to use less than 150mb a month with an Android phone? Seems like a trap!

  • aczm1988

    As long as i dont need to pay more for unlimited data im all for it. It gives people that dont use as much data as me a chance to pay for what they use. This might actually be the one good idea verizon has had lately lol.

  • Allen P.

    Yes, I am glad that the price for unlimited didn't rise! I was afraid of that. I use my DInc for a lot of video streaming, and that would hurt.

  • Wow. 150MB. I did 2.5GB last month. IDK how, but it must have been all that Pandora, YouTube, Flash content, etc. You know, the stuff that they advertise their network can handle.

    I agree with their pricing structure (use little data / use tons of data), but I mean come on. These companies advertise all this wonderful awesome stuff you can do on your phone and then they freak out when people actually, you know, use it.

  • Seems pretty fair. I'm already paying $29.99/month. I'm just glad to see it didn't increase in price.

  • Timmah

    Yay! As long as there is unlimited, they will still be far ahead of ATT! 😀

  • Mmoreimi

    With the coming of LTE, I can't see anyone with a smartphone being able to hold down less than 150mb of data. I also wonder how much data an OS like Android polls just by using data-widgets, email/sync accounts, etc…

  • rals

    Yeah that 150mb deal ain't going to work for me.

  • geekabilly

    I'll be moving my wife to the 150mb plan — she never reaches that on her Eris… I suspect there may be many like her — I, for one, however, will stay UL, thankyouverymush…

    • Muddy B00ts

      haha that’s exactly how my wife is. I got the droid and average 2GB and she’s got the eris and I’d be surprised if she passed 100mb. She uses it the same way she uses her laptop, email and solitaire only. 😛

    • Bill

      unlimited…aka: 5GB*

  • I don't see how anyone with a droid could possibly get through a month on 150mb. That is such a rip off! I haven't even gone out of my way to use extra data, I don't use tethering, and I'll be a bit above 8gb this month. Does anyone else think this may be a way to get their foot in the door toward eliminating the unlimited option at some point?

  • Stephen D

    Wow. Good thing the unlimited is the same price. VZ's pricing just keeps pushing my family away-they're getting too expensive. We're ready to switch to another carrier if this keeps up.

  • Michael_NM

    Not excited, and if you only use 150MB/month, why do you have a smartphone??? Kiss said it best about the future of tiered pricing:

    You (VZ) turn to me with a different look
    And then it's raining
    Looks like it's raining
    Oh no, tears are falling

  • thelolotov

    I hope this is the price range, I'm happy paying 36 a month for unlimited data and an insurance policy.

  • El El Kool J

    Atleast we still got Unlimited 🙂

  • Mrpicolas

    as long as there is an unlimited plan i dont see a problem with this the average user might hit 150mb mark depending on what they are doing. but for most of us the unlimited plan is well worth the money.

    • Cjreyes666

      Hell yeah one time I used around 60gb in one month so my 30 r well send

      • Anonymous

        How the hell did you do that? Too much tethering?

      • Anonymous

        Your arm must have been very tired

  • sholtkamp

    15 bucks and all you get is 150 MB.. That's crap. Atleast give users a 1 or 2 GB option. C'mon big red… you don't have to do everything like AT&T! I thought you were better than that.. 🙁

    • Anonymous

      Ah, but they are! we still have the option for unlimited without raising the bill… For me, that’s where it really counts!

    • El El Kool J

      very true sholtkamp… cuz the average user has about 150 to 200 MB per month.. so not many smartphone user will be able to switch to $15.. lol.. Big Red gets you comin and goin.. they kill you with the 450 min or 700min no friends and family too.. 😛

      • Are there any studies out there with data on how much data the average smart phone uses? I have a really hard time believing that the average user is at 150-200mb/month. That seems more like an average day.

  • Drew_VA

    Let me make sure I'm reading this right…the only change is that they're adding the lower level plan? Everyone here is already on the $30/month for unlimited plan and that's not changing. Just adding a $15 level for people who barely ever use the data plan.

    • kellex

      Thats exactly right.

      • Drew_VA

        Nice. I'm completely fine with it then. I guess it would have been better to do a 100mb for $10 option and 1gb for $20 option, but as long as we still get unlimited for the same price I'm not complaining. Much better than companies who are eliminating their unlimited plans…

        • Anonymous

          I agree completely, it seems everyone’s complaining about it but the unlimited plan is still being offered and at the same price to boot. It’s not like they’re gouging their customers any worse. It’s the same or better according to your use. Nothing here to complain about.

        • Bigrob60

          They do have a plan like that. It’s a multimedia data plan for ppl w/ multimedia phones like mine right now(voyager). At least until the tegra 2 phone drops. By then I’ll be out of my contract & can finally get an android.

  • I believe the tiered data plans, but not the puch to get everyone to droid or Blackberry. They make a mint off cheap flip phones/calling plans.

  • Bigrob60

    ok. So its still $30 for unlimited and $15 if you don't use alot of data. I see no problem here.

    • Aaa

      $15 for 150Mb is a rip off.. Is it even possible to use less than 150Mb with an android phone? They should offer at least 500MB if u ask me.

      • Bottlerocket79

        Its surprising what you can save using wifi the majority of the time.

      • Tyrian

        Data plans arent just for smart phones. Most of the old flip phones use data (e.g. crappy web browsing, Get It Now apps).

      • I agree, 150 is nothing. I’ve already used 100 MBs during the first fifteen days of my billing cycle, and thats while using wi-fi almost all of the time. It would have to be at least 300 MBs to be useful to me (and even then i’d have to watch my usage outside of wi-fi bubbles). Granted, I am a data hog and regularly go over 100 gigs a month on my desktop.

        • Anonymous

          I have DD-WRT flashed on my router, and it says that some days, I use somewhere around 16gb a day! How? I have no clue. If there was anybody to try and push the limits though, it would be me…
          Also, the monthly record says that I use close to 200gb a month, and I have a cap of 250 on comcast… I better watch out unless I want to have the internet police after me! xD

          • Wow! And I thought I used a lot of data pirating erm… “streaming” tv shows on the net.I tip my hat to you, Sir!

          • what apps do u use to stream?

          • I second Hal’s motion. Details, Mike…details! {{-_-}}

          • Anonymous

            seriously plz tell us… no really now

          • GoatTrauma

            It’s called porn.

          • Anonymous

            No it’s called being rooted. Download a ROM, a kernel and a theme. You’re over 100MB right there.

          • 100 MB isn’t even close to 16 GB… In fact, you’d need 160 Roms/kernels/themes to hit that. If you switch ROMs twice a week, you’re still at under a gig for the entire month

      • You can get a line on a family plan for $10 a month, or $240 over 2 years Droids are subsidized about $350 dollars. The $30 a month you pay for data is subsidizing your phone. Still think its a rip off?

      • Googledoes.com

        or.. OR you can look at it like this.. many dont use much data, go for the $15 (saves a lot of money for millions of users) — many use way too much data, so $30 is still great considering att has NO unlimited data option

        Many thi seems awesome to me and still way too many complainers.. geez,

      • Bigrob60

        I don’t have a smartphone yet. my contract ends next month w/ my voyager. So I don’t really know how far data goes. Gonna wait fot that tegra 2 phone to make my decision which droid to get. Now that I think of it, it could be a mutimedia phone plan. Which is the phone I have. I guess we’ll see.

      • PersianDeity

        $15 for data for someone on a blackberry that ONLY does e-mail… saves them half… (asuming you don’t have a blackberry enterprise server, lol)… I had a custoemr come buy a Droid Incredible and REFUSED to sign up for a google account (the one that is necessary for downloading apps) because he only wanted to be able to surf the web faster than his old blackberry… this guy could probably use the $15 data package… and new customers could start on the $30 and if they’re not using over 150mb they could always drop down as part of VZW’s worry free guarantee…

    • Anonymous

      the problem IMO is that its all or none pretty much. What happens if you only use about 500mb or 700mb a month? why should you be forced to pay for “unlimited” data when youre only gonna use 1/5th of it or constantly looking at your data usage to make sure you dont go over 150mb? This isnt much of a money saver.

  • Amiel

    Does the tiered 3g change require a contract modification? And will it allow me to back out of my current contract?

    • kellex

      I doubt it because there will be no actual change unless you want to downgrade.

      • Amiel

        I use close to 150mb every month. If it requires using my wifi at home and work instead of 3G to save about $15, I'd do that in a heartbeat.

        But if I can also back out of my contract a year early, because I have a phone that makes hieroglyphics look advanced, I'd seize the opportunity.

  • KillaPenguin

    So… the more things change, the more they stay the same (for Verizon smartphone owners).

    This is another really good example of why Verizon is much, MUCH better than AT&T. Lets review the list:

    1. Better phones (e.g. Droid)
    2. Better service
    3. No i*hone
    4. Unlimited data plans

    Yep. You have to be silly to go AT&T.

    • Exactly my opinion. Verizon is at least acknowledging the existence of power users and keeping the unlimited tier, as well as giving a cheaper option for low data users. (Although its ridiculous they think anyone with a smartphone can use under 150 MBs)

      Meanwhile, AT&T tries to shove everyone into a 2 GB tier because they can’t handle the data traffic.

      I think I’ll stick with Verizon, too. 🙂

      • Tergiversator_Maximus

        Exactly – if that’s what they end up doing, it’s a brilliant game theory strategy. This way they can get power users and other people who like the idea of an unlimited plan to stick with/jump over to Verizon. This will be even more effective at hitting the competition when AT&T loses its exclusivity with a certain computer company.

        • Chris G

          Not only that, but VZ has to assume the power users are going to go 4g as soon as they can. So how much unlimited 3g are they really going to give up? another 6 months or so?

    • While I agree about 1,2, and 4. The iPhone is not a bad phone, and I’m confused as to how it brings down AT&T?

  • Mr. Joshua

    sounds like a good deal, right? I am paying 30 bucks a month already

    • Poop

      me too. I don’t really think it will effect me.

  • oh noes!