If you want to save a chunk of money now while signing your soul away for two years, AT&T will give customers a $100 discount on all tablets if you sign a two-year data contract with them. If you're going to be buying a data contract for your iPad anyway, it's a pretty good deal.
Republic Wireless gained some notoriety a few months back for offering a $19/month phone plan for unlimited-ish data, voice and text. The only hang up before was that Republic Wireless limited you on what unlimited truly meant. Not anymore though. Now, unlimited TRULY means unlimited. And it still only costs 19 bucks.
We've known for a while that Verizon's tiered data pricing was coming soon, but now we've got a supposed date when you can kiss the unlimited data buffet goodbye: October 28th. But all's not lost for smartphone owners.
Apple and AT&T, you are doing it wrong. That $30 iPad data plan is kind of OK. However, if you've a smartphone in Spain, you get a microSIM duplicate to share your existing internet data plan. All for free.
Attention, teenagers of America: things cost money, even when plucked out of thin air. And attention parents of America: buy a data plan, already.
The "near future" for the impending iPhone data plan for the deaf was apparently four months. Dubbed the Text Accessibility Plan for iPhone, it comes with unlimited text messaging, browsing and email. It's now available for new and current iPhone users for $40 a month, though you've gotta clear an eligibility…
Following up on the news that AT&T killed the data-only iPhone plan, an AT&T rep has told us that there was actually no such plan (it was an error on the store's part), but that such a plan will be available in the near future. This means that the hearing-impaired will be able to get a data-only iPhone plan—officially…
Instead of gouging you for hundreds of dollars in international iPhone data roaming charges, AT&T is now giving you a Global Data Plan that tacks on $59.99 a month on top of your calling and existing iPhone Data plan and gives you 50MB to play with. After your 50MB is up, you're going to be charged $0.005/KB (which…
Boy Genius has a tip from a "high up source" that the iPhone data plan is going to be around $34.99 to $44.99, have unlimited data, and somewhere between 2000 text messages to unlimited text messages. Oh, and it may just be called the iPlan.
Business 2.0 has a nice guess on how much the iPhone's data and voice plan is going to cost. Instead of an all-you-can-eat plan that Wilson speculated on, Biz is estimating based on current BlackBerry fees.