Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Flat-rate mobile phone plans in the US?

T-Mobile seems to be the best of the current crop, with $100/mo getting you unlimited voice, data, and texting. (I'm finding that I use my mobile phone far more for data and texting these days.) OTOH, Sprint is rumored to be considering a $60/mo flat rate mobile plan to reverse their recent slide, initiated by the fact that they lost a lot of customers last year.

I note in passing that these flat-rate plans are fine for high-use customers, but they don't make up for the US mobile market's general lack of innovation and options relative to the rest of the world.

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