Source: New York Times
quote: So, to be fair, you can't really compare it to an aircard without factoring this into the equation.
quote: ... he didn't mention aircard anywhere in his post.
quote: But you can btorrent on it. I do ;)
quote: Why is one an asshole for using torrent software on their smart phones? Illegal downloading aside (I download no illegal torrents, and the occasional legal one) why is this an issue for you?
quote: Unlimited data for most customers is dead.
quote: So, to keep an unlimited data plan with Verizon, just don't use their "elgible for an upgrade" plan to upgrade your phone. I mean, if you use that much data(most people don't) and want to keep the dataplan you have , just let your contract go month to month. If you need a new phone, just buy one at retail price and use the retailers' extended warranty plan in case your phone isn't made out of adamantium as , so i am told, the nokia lumia 900 is. ( i don't own one, just want to make that perfectly clear). I guess what it boils down to is, how much would the data you use, on average, cost you per month, and can you leverage that perceived cost to purchase a phone at retail price. also, sorry if something of this nature has been reported, i didn't have time to read all the comments.