Hi everyone. Time for me to join as I can no longer figure out what to do on my own. Need help…don’t know what to do or what we CAN do. Right now we have four iPhones on AT&T. We get a large employer discount so have been inclined to stay with AT&T. Three phones are on grandfathered unlimited. Which is fantastic, we want to keep, etc etc. The fourth is on Data Pro 5GB, which, to my understanding, is the largest plan available for a single phone on a family plan. That phone is used by my 16 year old daughter, who, since the day she got her iPhone 6, goes over that 5GB every single month. Some months it’s only a GB or two, some months it’s 8-10 GB more. It’s a complicated reason as to why, and yes we have done/are doing everything we can to try and ease her data usage. I’ve considered porting just only her number to TMobile as it might be cheaper that way. I have not asked AT&T if we can move one of our unlimited plans to her line and the Data Pro 5GB to the least used data line, but I’ve thought of that too. The other three lines go over 5GB regularly as well so doing that may not make any difference. So now with this new announcement from AT&T that Data Overages will not be automatic and that they will have new Mobile Share Advantage Plans, I have a few questions. As we could not access the previous mobile share plans for her one line, only the Data Pro plans, will we be able to choose one of these new plans for her one line, and keep the grandfathered unlimited on the other three? And if not, can we opt IN to paying the overage charges instead of throttling her? Also, sort of unrelated…I’m hearing that contracts won’t be offered anymore. We bought two new phones on contract, in December I think, and have the other two that are “up” in November. The AT&T site still says that an “upgrade” is available then. How is NEXT an advantage to me, when it is just adding to my monthly bill? Is the overall cost the same as the subsidized cost of the phones? But if I don’t do NEXT and pay up front, I’ve paid the retail price of the phone, which is a heck of a lot more? So confused… Help!