I'm currently a sprint user, rocking an LG rumor. This means I share minutes and texts with my dad and that's it. Upgrading to a data plan was going to be very costly, considering he would have to buy into data as well. The 10 dollar charge made it even more of a stressful situation and I was about to give up. Then I realized something that nobody is giving sprint credit for, puts them in a price range that bests the competition, and happened to save me from the fear of not being able to purchase an EVO. After reviewing the possibility of removing myself from my dad's plan and getting on a plan of my own, I saw that I could do it for $80 a month, including that $10 fee. The limitation was that I would be downgrading my minutes to 450 per month. That is, until I saw the AnyMobile, Anytime that's included with the everything data plan. Unlimited calls to any mobile phone means that my 450 minutes will only be used on land lines and while roaming. This deal is perfect for me and was incentive by itself for me to pay an extra $10 dollars a month. Now I'll be getting everything, with unlimited calls to any mobile phone, for $80 a month. That deal in itself is unbeatable, for me. I hope many of you worrying about whether or not to switch to sprint will find salvation in the AnyMobile, Anytime offer as well.