Originally Posted by radiotecha1234
Don't count on it. As I just stated in another thread they are forcing anyone who upgrades to a new phone on to a higher priced plan. So, if you were grandfathered on the $25 you will go to $35. I was always disappointed because my speeds were never anywhere even close to the 1M that was advertised but I kept them because it was cheap. Up my cost by a bill and I am going next door.
Yeah, just saw that. Honestly, I was more concerned about them doing the current rates along with an additional WiMax Fee (like sprint did with the Evo and Epic). However, them announcing this now makes me feel a little more comfortable that they won't. I'm okay with being pushed to $35. It's still cheaper that $45 on straight talk and 100 minutes with T-Mobile isn't enough for me. 300 is the sweet spot and $35 is good for me. I'm disappointed, but not surprised.