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  1. ICU812

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    The google website only has one plan to choose from when buying on T Mobile.

    Do I have to use that plan or can I call after I purchase and have them switch it?

    I would like to have the Even More Plus Unlimited Everything for $79.00.
    On googles page they are only offering the 500 minute plan with data/text for $79.00.

    TIA...
     

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    Actually it just hit me how all this works as soon as I made this post...lol.

    Sorry guys.
     
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    - Nexus 1, no plan = about $550

    - T-Mobile Even More Plus "Standalone SIM card", 500 min = $29.99/mo.
    - Unlimited web2go Internet = $10/mo.
    - Unlimited calling to any #, US/Canada, w/your cell # as caller ID, thru Skype = $3/mo.
    - Unlimited text via Google Voice = $0/mo.

    $43/mo. for Unlimited everything, except inbound cell...good luck.
     
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    What about text?
     
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    I don't know...what about it? You quoted my post with my last bullet point explaining how to get unlimited text.
     
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    My bad. That part slipped my eye.
     
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    What is the difference between 'smartphone unlimited web web2go' and 'unlimited web web2go' (besides 15 dollars?)

    Have you gotten the phone on this plan and everything works?

    And.. I wonder if this will work for my G1 as well?
     
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    I'm wondering the same thing. Does anyone have this web2go plan with the Nexus One? I'm wondering what the difference is between the:

    Even More Plus plan - 500 Talk + Text + Web for $59.99 per month

    or, Even More Plus plan - 500 Talk + Text + web2go for $49.99 per month
     
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    "Smartphone" plan gives you access to all the different APNs. This could be significant, as it appears that the $10 web2go and "bundle" (Talk + Text + Web) plans route you thru the Internet2 APN, which could be somewhere in Kansas, vs. you're home state. This added latency could cause problems with time sensitive data such as VoIP/video.

    I did not notice any data or sites being blocked, though I have not confirmed 7Mb DL speeds. 2Mb upload was possible on the cheaper plans however, which would suggest that the 7Mb speeds are available, since the regular 3G is below 1Mb for upload.

    Whether or not the N1 is "supposed" to be on the $10 plan, I'm not sure.
     
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    Colnago: Any new info on using an unsubbed Nexus One w/ Web2Go $10... Have you had any complications this last 20 days... Any widget probs you notice.. What speed are you getting... Etc... Waiting for the Nexus One price to drop.. but if one can get the web2go$10 to work... That would be great... Any info would be appreciated...
     
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    I'm confused. Here's my plan anyway... (they let you upgrade all you want but you can't downgrade)

    Unlim. Talk - 59.99
    Unlim. Text - 10.00
    Unlim. Web - 30.00
    PHP Insurance - 4.79

    The internet is crazy fast.
     
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    $10 "web2go" won't work w/smartphone, if they know you have one (i.e. don't call for support, etc). Talk/txt/web plans don't work either, and when trying to access website, you are prompted to "upgrade" to smartphone plan.

    I switched to smartphone plan, because I didn't want all my traffic routing through the mid-west...won't be good for streaming TV nor SIP calls. I was able to get access to the 7Mb network on the $10 plan.
     

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