1. “A bit cheaper” for whom? Not for my family with 4 iPhones. New plans are only cheaper if you’re already paying for lots of voice minutes.

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    1. A bit cheaper” for whom? Not for my family with 4 iPhones. New plans thanks.

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  2. SO grandfathered unlimited data plans are kinda sc3wed too?

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  3. What a joke! Seriously…only if you subscribe to the family share plan junk. The share plans are dumb. the DATA is the thing everyone wants and we don’t get much at all.

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  4. two words.. jailbreak.. maybe its one word.

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    1. It’s the network that checks your jail broken iphone talks to another caffeine.

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      1. facetime not caffeine , spelling check trick.

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  5. This is the worst deal I’ve ever seen. Fuck AT&T. I wish their headquarters were located in one of the Trade Center buildings in 2001. Same with Comcast.

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    1. Are you serious??? I agree with the deal is horrible, but you took it to the next level when you mentioned the Towers…How dare you !!! I know for sure you don’t live in NYC. I do, and it is something that you do not wish upon anyone.

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  6. You might want to look again. Four iphones is exactly the kind of scenario the plans were designed for. In my case, we also have two ipads.

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  7. I hope this doesn’t mean the end of the unlimited data plans that were grandfathered.

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  8. Michael W. Perry Saturday, August 18, 2012

    Quote: “With Mobile Share, the more data you use, the more you save….”

    On one hand, AT&T is encouraging users to consume more data. On the other, they’re complaining that there’s not enough spectrum for the demand.

    That makes no sense. Imagine a drought that reduces a city’s water supplies. The smart thing wouldn’t be to offer cut rates to those who consume more, it’d be to charge more to make sure there’s enough water for everyone.

    Or course, from Day One, almost nothing about cellular billing practices has made sense.

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    1. Joshua Goldbard Monday, August 20, 2012

      No, it makes perfect sense if profit is your only motivation, no?

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