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    its time t-mobile to wake up if sprint can do unlimited data there is no reason why you cant i am currently paying 59.99 for 20 meg of data which is crazy. i like t-mobile been a customer since omnipoint and will hate to switch to sprint.

    fred
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    Originally posted by fkpalm
    its time t-mobile to wake up if sprint can do unlimited data there is no reason why you cant i am currently paying 59.99 for 20 meg of data which is crazy. i like t-mobile been a customer since omnipoint and will hate to switch to sprint.

    fred
    Actually, T-Mobile has been testing the water on this with the $39.99/mo. unlimited data plan on their new Sidekick device. I believe you will find that SPCS' pricing moves will cause the other service providers to also adopt similar plans or they will see churn away from themselves to a provider that will give the consumer what they want.

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