I have the VZW iPad 4G LTE. I only activate the $20/month, 1gb data once every 5 months to keep it active and maybe once in a while when I'm on a road trip. Upon hearing about the Kindle LTE plan (50 bucks a YEAR!!!!) I was stoked and dead set on getting one... but tonight I actually did the math. Breaking down my 1gb plan into 250mb increments (for the sake of simplicity I rounded 1gb down to 1000mb instead of 1024mb) I'd be spending $5 dollars a month on my current $20/1gb plan and multiplying it by 12 it only equals $60. Which is only a 10 dollar yearly savings over what sounded like an AMAZING DEAL initially. Now since LTE is extremely fast, 250mb is paltry and pretty much like getting a sample at the grocery store. It won't be enough to satisfy most of us... for some it makes for a great email and light web browsing machine. Especially if you have Onavo installed (not sure if it's on Android, just assuming that it is). After doing the math I cancelled my pre-order for the Kindle Fire HD LTE. It's not as great a deal as I thought it was going to be, just wanted to put that out there for any of you debating about this. Now I know there is the $10 Amazon app store credit and 20gb cloud storage included in that too, but those things don't much matter to me. Now if they were to toss in a free year of Prime, I might say "SOLD!".