Just to make things clear, I live in Canada. So I won't be talking about AT&T but rather Rogers, Bell and Telus. So, I've never had a smartphone before... and I've been thinking about getting an iPhone pretty much since the first generation. Now, I know there's good chances that the 4th generation is coming this summer. So I won't go and buy one right now. Besides, I'm not rushed... What I'm more concerned about is the amount of data that I would need on a monthly basis. As of now, those three companies I named all offer about the same "deals", or so I think. Now, they don't seem like very good deals to me... either it's the data plan or the combined plan. To give you guys an example, Rogers' data plans start at $25 for 500MB and up to $80 for 5GB. As for the combined plans (voice+data), you get 300 local minutes, unlimited weeknights from 9PM, 500MB and the choice of a feature like unlimited texts. Now, if I compare to my regular cellphone, I'm paying around $55 with taxes. It might be higher when I do long distance calls, but usually it's the same. The only thing I have with that is my crappy plan and caller ID. Add those access fees and the rest. For the minutes, I know I'd be fine. But for the data, I'm not sure 500MB would do. As for how much I want to actually spend, below $70 would be ideal. And I'm also not quite sure how that calculate your data usage. Like, they mention the number of web pages you visit per day or whatever... so is it like, I go on MacRumors, that's one. Then, I click on Forums (2). Click on a thread (3). Go back to the forum's page (4). Does that make sense? Also, I heard it can take up quite a lot of data to watch videos on YouTube... So, I don't actually know the amount of pages I visit daily, or the exact number of emails I get... although usually it's not that much, so it would probably be the web browsing that would be most consuming. I'd like to know what you guys think and what kind of usage you can make out of your plans. Sorry for the long post.