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  1. #1
    MarkW
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    I am now with T-Mobile and wanted to add their $20/mo data plan but am
    now looking at other options. I will use the internet heavily (my
    laptop or PDA through a bluetooth phone). As well, I travel
    nationwide so nationwide usage is important.
    I am happy with T-Mobile and their price is good but yet they are very
    slow upgrading their system. As well, coverage isn't as good as
    Verizon or Cingular.

    Cingular: Today I became impressed with Cingular. Their coverage is
    excellent, I found a plan for $109 where me and my fiancee can get
    2000 anytime nationwide minutes combined. As well, when I was at the
    store today the salesman told me that the unlimited data plan is just
    $24.99. That sounded great and seems faster than T-Mobile's plan.
    The only thing that concerns me is I see as well they have a unlimited
    data plan for $79.99. I"m not sure if I need this plan or would the
    $24.99 plan work?

    Sprint: As well, Sprint's voice prices aren't bad but for their data
    plans it seems there is no unlimited plan. As well, coverage doesnt'
    seem as good.

    Verizon: For the voice side it seems like prices may be slightly
    higher. For their data plan I'm confused. They have a $49.99 plan
    which seems like it may work for me. I don't know what speed this is
    but as long as it works tethered to a laptop it seems great. Still
    it's more pricy than Cingular's $24.99 plan. Yet if I would need
    Cingular's $79.99 plan it's much cheaper. Then there is a $79.99
    broadband plan. That sounds great. What speed does it operate at?
    Yet it may be more than Cingular but sounds fast. I was convinced
    that Cingular had the best coverage but yet it seems Verizon's is even
    better, especially through the west where I live (Denver).

    It is a complicated choice but am interested in any options of people
    who use these plans.



    See More: Best Data Plans/Provider?




  2. #2
    Mij Adyaw
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    Re: Best Data Plans/Provider?

    I have found the Sprint has very good coverage in the Denver area including
    the suburbs of Longmont, Bolder and other surrounding towns. I have two
    phones one with Sprint and one with Verizon and the performance seems to be
    about equal.

    Regards,

    -mij


    "MarkW" <markwco(removenospam)@comcast.net> wrote in message
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    >I am now with T-Mobile and wanted to add their $20/mo data plan but am
    > now looking at other options. I will use the internet heavily (my
    > laptop or PDA through a bluetooth phone). As well, I travel
    > nationwide so nationwide usage is important.
    > I am happy with T-Mobile and their price is good but yet they are very
    > slow upgrading their system. As well, coverage isn't as good as
    > Verizon or Cingular.
    >
    > Cingular: Today I became impressed with Cingular. Their coverage is
    > excellent, I found a plan for $109 where me and my fiancee can get
    > 2000 anytime nationwide minutes combined. As well, when I was at the
    > store today the salesman told me that the unlimited data plan is just
    > $24.99. That sounded great and seems faster than T-Mobile's plan.
    > The only thing that concerns me is I see as well they have a unlimited
    > data plan for $79.99. I"m not sure if I need this plan or would the
    > $24.99 plan work?
    >
    > Sprint: As well, Sprint's voice prices aren't bad but for their data
    > plans it seems there is no unlimited plan. As well, coverage doesnt'
    > seem as good.
    >
    > Verizon: For the voice side it seems like prices may be slightly
    > higher. For their data plan I'm confused. They have a $49.99 plan
    > which seems like it may work for me. I don't know what speed this is
    > but as long as it works tethered to a laptop it seems great. Still
    > it's more pricy than Cingular's $24.99 plan. Yet if I would need
    > Cingular's $79.99 plan it's much cheaper. Then there is a $79.99
    > broadband plan. That sounds great. What speed does it operate at?
    > Yet it may be more than Cingular but sounds fast. I was convinced
    > that Cingular had the best coverage but yet it seems Verizon's is even
    > better, especially through the west where I live (Denver).
    >
    > It is a complicated choice but am interested in any options of people
    > who use these plans.






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