reply to pnh102
Re: Well Yea...
said by pnh102:Um you HAVE to factor it otherwise you just fudging the numbers to prove you point. Which is basically like lying. said by BF69:
Um the "data" portion also includes unlimited texting which is $20 under old pricing. funny how you don't take that into account.
Texting is worthless, and that is why I do not factor it in.
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said by BF69:Why?
Um you HAVE to factor it otherwise you just fudging the numbers to prove you point. Which is basically like lying.
On the one unlimited Smartphone plan I have, we have carrier-based texting blocked specifically because I don't want to pay for something I can get for free with the data.
But even if you want to pay (a lot) for something that can be obtained at zero cost, that still doesn't change the fact that these plans charge a lot more for data than the previous plans, capped or uncapped. Making texting "free" adds absolutely zero value to these plans. The same goes for unlimited voice. We use about 100 minutes a month. Making that unlimited added absolutely zero value whatsoever.
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reply to BF69
You are the one fudging here to prove your point.
If I am fine with 450 minutes, which is the reason I was on it to begin with then you just started charging me $10 a month for nothing as your unlimited has no value to me. It is the exact same thing with texting. If I was on a 250txt plan, then I am fine with that. You changing it to unlimited and adding a $10 or $20 cost is doing nothing but raising my price as your "unlimited" has no value.