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post #41 of 48
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Originally Posted by mstone View Post

To have grandfathered unlimited don't you have to renew your contract. What happened to people who had a 3GS with unlimited when their contract expired?

Plan doesn't change when the contract period expires. What sucks is I'd have to drop my grandfathered data plan to turn on tethering. I have the original unlimited with the iPad too. I'd eat up the capped plans in no time during MLB season.
post #42 of 48
If AT&T doesn't also offer unlimited data plans during these '90 days,' they're as dumb as everyone thinks they are.
post #43 of 48
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Originally Posted by msantti View Post

I don't know how anyone can get by on 200-250 mb of data a month.

I guess if you don't surf the web for more than 2 minutes a day and don't check email more than twice a day and then don't download any attachments. Sure does not male for a smart smart phone.

Oh, and don't even thing about streaming even one bit of data.

My Palm Treo has a 5MB plan..lol. And I share it with my wife.
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post #44 of 48
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Originally Posted by ChristophB View Post

Plan doesn't change when the contract period expires. What sucks is I'd have to drop my grandfathered data plan to turn on tethering. I have the original unlimited with the iPad too. I'd eat up the capped plans in no time during MLB season.

Why not consider JBing then? When 4.3 comes, the option will be in your phone/ipad, just a question of turning it on.
post #45 of 48
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Why not consider JBing then? When 4.3 comes, the option will be in your phone/ipad, just a question of turning it on.

Gonna hold out a bit and see what competition in the US market yields. * crosses fingers *
post #46 of 48
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If AT&T doesn't also offer unlimited data plans during these '90 days,' they're as dumb as everyone thinks they are.

No, it's just collusion, as has been previously stated. Nothing more complicated than that.

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post #47 of 48
Is there any precedent for Verizon "converting" an unlimited data account to a capped account? I am nervous that their admission of the temporary nature of the unlimited feature will leave the subscriber committed for 2 years to a plan that they had not planned on. That is to ask: what if they cap the "uncapped" plan that I purchase with the phone?

Would such a conversion constitute grounds for separation which would release the subscriber from the onerous ETF penalty?

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post #48 of 48
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Would such a conversion constitute grounds for separation which would release the subscriber from the onerous ETF penalty?

Absolutely. Zero doubt about that, which is why they won't do it.

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