$10 for premium UNLIMITED data. Plans still come in MUCH cheaper than any other carrier.
otherwise, there's something like a 500MB limit, after which you get hit with overages per MB... which work out to some pretty big numbers if your overages come in at a gig or more.
this is important info, considering they sold off nearly half of their network not that long ago (they retain about 60%).
also, this "premium" business, is it what they used to refer to as 4G for WiMax coverage? if so, is it still mandatory to pay if you want something like an Evo?
because if it is, and there's no wimax where you are (there isn't a lot of wimax coverage), you're basically paying for something you can't use. and additionally, that you'll never be able to use because they stopped wimax build out last year.
or is that logic completely inaccurate?
Last edited by TwoLitreVW; 02-15-2012 at 02:02 PM.
shut your mouth. sh sh shut your mouth.
yea my wifes phone has the $10 4g fee. which is bs since we dont get that in our area. but even then $50/month is STILL cheaper than 69.99 which was the public plan with unlimited everything.
thats why im still on my tp2. its the only 'smart' phone that doesnt get hit with tthe bs charges.
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