said by tanzam75: said by gigahurtz:
It should be considerably less than what you're paying with AT&T and the service should be decent. Unfortunately, the only way the consumer can send a message is if they talk with their wallets.
"Math is hard. Let's go shopping!"
Consumers generally cannot do math. That's why they get fleeced.
If they could, then it would not have taken until this year for T-Mobile's no-subsidy plans to take hold. And prepaid would be far
more popular than it is.
If you got the exact same network footprint as the contract side, it would be a no-brainer.