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    It is still far aaawwaayyy!

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    Sweet the wife's tmobile contract is up then so we both can move over.

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    Just want the specs on the thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBwizzle View Post
    So this means they'll be hitting the switch to rollout the new upgrades to handle more capacity... Wait, that'll be unnecessary as they don't offer unlimited data anymore! Nobody would be foolish enough to by a device they can't use to it's full extent.
    You do realize even with limited data plans the majority of users don't go over them right? Also that consumers buy electronics they will never use to their "full extent" everyday. Plenty of people buy new desktop computers with 4+ gig of ram and quad core processors when all that computer is ever going to be used for is word documents and browsing the web...

    The reason companies can get away with lowering data plans and the like is because it primarily effects the "power users" and that is a minority demographic compared to all the other people buying the device. Not everyone is using their phone to stream movies and music non-stop. Sure more people are doing it these days, but its still nowhere near the userbase that doesn't do these activities.

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    After seeing At&t's commercial for unlimited any mobile to mobile, I feel that Apple may be trying keep customers that may switch over to Sprint. As Sprint offers unlimited mobile to mobile calling already.
    Maybe At&t knows that there will be an even broader carrier base for the newest iPhone? Like Sprint and T-mobile! one can only hope.
    Before anyone posts the "{insert wireless company} sucks" posts, just remember that different carriers have better service in some places.

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