I have an iPod Touch and can take the teasing no more...I need an iPhone. Unfortunately I can't spend $70 a month, plus the fees to break from Sprint. So do I have this right? I can get a cheap Pay as you Go phone from AT&T and pre pay for the voice plus data. I can then activate the GoPhone and then pop out the sim and pop it into an iPhone 3Gs (that I would buy used). I don't *think* I need to jailbreak and unlock to do this, right? Even if I do, no big deal. The Pay as You Go phone data plan-enhance feature-charges .01 per KB for data. Does that mean you pay 1 cent for each KB that is viewed? When I used to do websites I know many simple pages were 70 KB. This isn't what they are talking about is it? Because if so a few clicks could be a few bucks...Do they measure KB in another fashion? Anyway, I would mostly use WIFI anyway; just use the data in certain limited situations. Is there an easy way to turn 3G off and guarantee I could just serf the web using WIFI? I have read you can take out the sim to do that; but is there another way that is less of a PITA? I am sorry if this stuff is almost common knowledge, but I read and read and just want to make sure I get this right before I shell out hundreds of dollars on a new iPhone, plus the price of the GoPhone.. Totally appreciate anyones knowledge in this area or even suggestions on how to do it another way. Thanks!