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Wow! $60 for unlimited everything sounds like a huge win! I just might do a switch as well.
I would bet dollars to doughnuts, Sprint will put a premium on its iPhone plan. They have a premium plan for its fancy EVO phone (which I think is $10 a month). I would think they'll find a way to charge more or throttle it. I sure hope that's not the case. If it stays $60, I might switch too.
Does anyone know what dollars to doughnuts means? It has a nice ring to it. I think I used it correctly. ;)
Even if it is $70 a month... If it's unlimited Minutes, TXT, Data, ,etc... I am in..
When we just had to iPhones, we were paying just at $200 a month with AT&T.
@Amanda, you did use the phrase correctly. Here is the wikipedia article about the phrase. I did a rolling average of my mobile bill and over the last 4 months, I'm paying $205/month for 3 iPhones (2 with data plans) I figure I'll be saving about $50/month if Sprint keeps their existing plans for the iPhone. Should they actually get the phone.
I called AT&T this week and it seems that both my wife's and daughter's phones are able to leave for a new contract but I'm not able to until June of 2012 which makes sense since it's 2 years from when I bought my iPhone 4. I wonder how much it would cost me to break my contract and then buy the new phone?
Maybe Sprint will offer some sort of buy back program for new customers.
Also, according to Bloomberg (the news service, not the Mayor of NYC) it seems that Sprint will be offering the unlimited data plans, at least at first.
Makes sense seeing as how they have the CEO on the tv talking about how unlimited should really mean unlimited. We'll see if they hold to this.