Okay, so every major provider now has unlimited access plans. But what do you really get with each provider, and for how much? Here's everything broken down into a single chart. Note: These are for your phone only, and don't include tethering.

It looks like AT&T has the best deal, at $135 for unlimited voice, messaging and data, though it's capped at 5GB a month. The cap only applies to tethering and their Laptop Connect plan—it's unlimited from your phone. Verizon's is $15 more a month, but it's got better coverage. Sprint's unlimited requires a separate Blackberry data plan, otherwise it might come out on top. And well, T-Mobile doesn't have 3G. So, nothing to really jump providers for, yet, since there's more than flat pricing to consider.