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Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Jun 23, 2011.
Here's a Ferrari with a one gallon gas tank. Have fun!
I'm really excited to see this e-mail, but I hope it's real?? I've dealt with internal training memos before, and while they are casually written, they were always written properly and professionally.
I don't know if it would have went out with a glaring error(s).
How is 10 gigs a one-gallon gas tank? That's a pretty big gallon.
Yeah my co-worker has been mulling it over for a few months now and after I told her about the changes for 7/7, she said that she was going to get one before the changes go into effect.
Yeah I've been trying to wait myself but it looks like Verizon isn't giving me an option here. OG Droids are going for around $70 on eBay which is pretty cheap so I'll probably end up doing that and getting data now.
I just got my wife a Thunderbolt (she was on ATT until yesterday) and asked that very question. The Verizon guy said that there will be no price hike for 4G coverage and unlimited data will grandfather for both 3G or 4G. When I upgrade my DX, I will get 4G automatically and not lose my unlimited.
I brought her to my account only because of the data plan change coming up. Glad I was right on this one.
We have a family rate plan--my Droid is using the unlimited data plan, but the POS Samsung Rogue (should have known better) is just a featurephone and on a very small plan (which is almost so small as to be nearly unusable). Wondering if I should bite the bullet and bump up the data plan, since we plan on upgrading that to some variety of Android phone later this year. I'm sure they would let us bump up our data plan no matter which phone we have. It really would not be too much extra, considering what they are reaming us for the tiny data plan on the Rogue.
Those new tiers suck BTW...they claim 34MB/hour for streaming music. So if I take a trip out to the east coast for a week, streaming Pandora radio the whole time, I'd eat up quite a bit of data (at the 10GB level). Granted I can (and do) use WiFi when I'm near a signal but otherwise, it just looks like more typical Verizon nickel-and-diming customers. I'm going to be shopping the competition when my contract is up, but to be honest, the others out there are not much better. Sprint has their free mobile-to-mobile (any carrier, not just Sprint) that beats Verizon on that front.
Online if you buy a Certified Like New
On Verizons site that is
If I am currently on a family plan, and my phone (OG Droid) has the unlimited data, but in the near future I see myself moving off my family plan to an individual plan, can I still take my unlimited data with me do you think?