Sprint is about to test run its new all-access plans on its customers living in the SF area. First up is the Unlimited Access Pack which gives you unlimited voice, messaging, and mobile Web for $120/month—not bad if you're a heavy smartphone user who's been going over your monthly plan. An additional plan adds Internet access for your home PC for a total of $150/month. No word on whether these plans will become permanent or whether they'll be rolled out elsewhere, so it all depends on how the SF crowd embraces them.
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If Cingular or Verizon jumped on this bandwagon, I'd give it a shot, sure. But I'm not touching Sprint, which somehow manages to have the single-worst customer service of the wireless industry, and it's REALLY hard to get that bar to go much lower.