Originally Posted by Relic
Man I am so happy I live in a country that only charges me $55.00 a month for an unlimited data contract. That being said though I would gladly pay the 400 if I lived in the states as I couldn't live with only 10 GB a month. What ever happened to the unlimited contract in the states and why is there only 10 GB plans and 30 GB or 60 GB. Especially now with the iPad it's like the carriers are torturing you poor people.
Man, I am so happy that I don't measure the degree of my happiness by how much a data plan costs.
I'm actually pretty familiar how the EU system works as far as billing minutes and data is concerned and I could never get away with only having a cellphone (and no landline) outside of the U.S., considering how many minutes and how much data I use each month. Unless you have family in Euroland, most Americans have no reason to study the difference, but I can tell you that we have become so spoiled here with what is comparatively speaking relatively inexpensive cellular bills.