So... in talking with someone at Best Buy last night because I just happened to be there, I asked about that whole 3rd parties not able to sell 2 year contracts anymore as of Monday thing because it only figures that my contract is up for renewal on Tuesday (insert string of curses here. Not that I can't go to an AT&T store but that's not the friggin point). He comes out and says I wouldn't save money on it anyway as even grandfathered UDP plans are going to be charged $40 a month for the monthly access charge if they do a 2 year contract on a phone. Um excuse me? That's news to me. Last I checked, and I've been googling a lot the last week on this, the old grandfathered plans won't have a monthly access charge at all, let alone a $40 one. It's just the $40 upgrade/activation fee. I tried to tell him that, but he was insistent that he was right. So who's right in that one? Has anyone heard of AT&T starting to charge the monthly access fee to grandfathered customers? And yes, I've done the math. It's cheaper for me to stay on the grandfathered plan because I'm on it by myself and I use too much data. I can see where those plans can save money for households with multiple phones, but solo users kind of get screwed on them unless you have low data usage.