Hi all, I recently acquired an iPhone 3G. AT&T, of course, requires a data plan to put it into cellular service-- which I simply do not need and am not willing to pay for. Thus, here is my elaborate plan, hatched from many hours of thought and blood and tears (as seems to be typical of dealing with cell phone providers, no? ), which I believe to be an adequate solution. Talkatone is an app that will allow me to use Google Voice as a VoIP service. Thus, I simply port my current number to Google Voice and use my iPhone when I'm in range of wifi or my flip phone when I'm not. Problem? The iPhone 3G doesn't support multitasking, and thus is not compatible with Talkatone (I'm aware that I could jailbreak it, but that's not something that I'm particularly interested in right now). The 3G I have is worth approximately $150 (it's basically in mint condition). Thus, I can sell it, plop an extra $50 down for an iTouch 4G. That got me thinking. The iPhone 4S is also $199 (with a contract). Thus, I could buy the 4S for the same price as the iTouch, immediately cancel the data plan (since the contract is only for voice), move the SIM back to my dumbphone and have an iPhone 4S as an iPod. Benefits over and above the iPod: according to several threads of discussion both here and elsewhere, the 4S is faster than the iPod and the resale value will undoubtedly be higher. The only drawback is the 2yr contract, which I'm not sure I care about. The only hitch might be with the AT&T contract and if my current plan will satisfy the terms... Thoughts?