reply to bluepoint951
Re: What about smart phone tethering/hot spot This makes them no different than the rest because while it's possible, it's pretty hard to use a lot of bandwidth on a smart phone unless you hook it to your TV and start watching a lot of streaming video.
Either you have unlimited or you don't. 5GB cap on Sprint's spotty network for tethered/hotspot devices, no thanks.
What I don't understand is the $.05/MB overage fees. I think ATT and VZW charge $10/GB ($.01/MB) overage fees. At .05/MB, that's five times competitor's rates even if they bill you in smaller chunks. If you go over by just 200MB, it'll be the same $10 that ATT and VZW charge but on their networks you'll have another 800MB to use.