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1. rjt185 posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44 0 0
The fact that we do spend two to three grand every couple years on something as ubiqutous as cell phone service is almost maddening.
2. SamTime posted on 06 Jan 2010, 14:29 0 0
+1 for your comment. Wish i could give another +1 for the use of the word "ubiquitous"
3. rjt185 posted on 06 Jan 2010, 14:41 0 0
danka! totally mispelled it on my post ... but yinz got the meaning.
6. Truth posted on 06 Jan 2010, 21:35 0 0
It is a lot of money but most people who have smartphones use it for making money so the pros far out weigh the cons
7. rjt185 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 06:04 0 0
Maybe a year or two ago ... but these days I have a ton of friends both post-college and college students that have no business having a smartphone carrying around their iPhones, Droids, and Pres just to be cool. Apparently they missed out on Finance 101.
4. Sufcc posted on 06 Jan 2010, 19:56 0 0
There is no limit to VZW smartphone plans, why do some sites still state its a 5GB limit. That only applies to Mobile Broadband and tethering. Also Verizon will be getting the Nexus One in Spring 2010...Some nice new updates to Android 2.1. I can not wait till the Droid gets it. Not sure if I would want to pass up on have physical keys just to have more processing power and ram. (Nexus is same size screen with 48 pixels less, 550hz vs 1ghz, and 256mb vs 512mb)
5. oz505 posted on 06 Jan 2010, 21:02 0 0
thank you for doing your research! it is not a 5gb limit with vzw plus if you dont need corporate emai or have a droid which even with corporate email can get the 29.99 email web pkg it would not be $3799.
8. rjt185 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 06:06 0 0
Actually there is kinda; even their unlimitted plan has a ghost cap at 5GB. At that point VZW begins to keep track of your usage and if you become a repeat 5GB+ user then they throttle or talk to you about other options.