Att's 30 GB plan for $130/month sounded attractive. After crunching the numbers though, that plan would cost $1440 more over a 2 year period compared to staying on our two year contract. Current plan: $140 after taxes for two phones, one with unlimited data the other 3GB, BUT NO TEXTING (texting would cost an additional $60/month). Under the NEXT plan we'd pay $1700 for our iphone 6 and iphone 6 plus then another $3600 for the 30 GB plan over a toe year period...total $5300 over a two year period. Current plan, we paid $100 for iphone 6 (after trade in) and $300 for the plus. $140 plus the upgrade fees of $80 equals $3580. Grand total over two years $3980. If we add texting we'd end up paying $5420 over the same period. So basically, with NEXT we are still paying the same thing we have now plus the same $60 if we added texting. There's really no savings. We can't justify $60/month for texting. The next plan would essentially be what we have plus texting. Am I missing something here? The 30GB for $130 is an awesome deal. But the numbers don't show much of a savings for us. I'd hate to lose out on this just because my math is off!