Just a heads up... I don't know if anyone here has heard about the announcement last Friday that Boost Mobile (a subsidiary of Sprint) upgraded from the Nextel network to Sprint's exact-same network. Boost's plans are in the realm of 1/2 the price of Sprint, and they do not require the yearly contracts like Sprint... AND they now use the same network. On a side note, I decided to give them a call today to see if I could swap networks with my Samsung Moment, and learned that I also get the EXACT same customer service too!!! After being transferred from customer service to I dunno where... I was received by yet another person that had no idea what I was talking about. And that I couldn't transfer a phone over to their network because other the phones are not compatible with their network... She talked about how they didn't do data and that I couldn't download music or anything, and that the most I could do was browse the internet. The rep then bragged to me that they now have a smartphone on their network (a blackberry something) as of last Thursday. To which I had to explain that this was a result of their new network and the new capabilities that came with it, and again asked if I could bring over my smart phone to their network. To which she responded that they cannot support smartphones (nor employees I guess...). So I hung up the phone and resolved to try back when their company has had time to understand the new capabilities of their network. So just as a heads up... if you are like me and always looking for a better deal, keep Boost in the back of your head. It seems like there may be a huge amount of potential here. Just not right now... (though it may be a good time to buy stock on boost).