My father has a corporate account, he's had it for like 14 years (from Cellular One, to Cingular, to AT&T) but its basically just a family plan registered as a corporate account. Ive been upset about this because I figured Id have to pay the $45 a month data plan even though Im not a corporate user. This is a quote from the recently leaked AT&T memo about the iPhone 3G: http://gizmodo.com/5014909/att-memo-to-retail-managers-shows-iphone-3g-policy All iPhone 3G customers are required to have one of the new data plans and qualifying voice plan. Customers intending to use the iPhone 3G for access to corporate e-mail, business applications, or access to corporate intranet are required to activate with Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone. Data Pricing will be as follows: Consumer Data Plan (must be added to qualified voice plan): $30 - Unlimited Data (E-mail/Web), includes Visual Voicemail Enterprise Data Plan (must be added to qualified voice plan): $45 Unlimited Data with personal and corporate e-mail, web, includes Visual Voicemail This makes it sound like you are only required to pay the corporate iPhone data rates if you are using the iPhone for corporate e-mail, business applications, or access to corporate intranets. Since I am not, I would be using it for the same stuff any normal user would be, when activating will I be able to choose the $30 data plan even though the main number on my account is corporate? And for any of you who say, well why dont you just switch your plan from a corporate plan to a regular family plan, my father is very old-school, and he wants his line registered under his company name. My mother and I are secondary lines on the plan, but have nothing to do with the business. There is no chance he will switch the plan, so Im just trying to figure a way to pay $30 a month instead of $45 a month for the same thing since I wouldnt be using any of the features that AT&T uses to classify the corporate data plan as corporate. Thanks.