I was one of many that preordered the iPhone 6 immediately when it became available. I re-upped my contract with AT&T in the process... and then two months later I got the job offer of a lifetime. This job comes with an iPhone 6 on my company's unlimited plan, that is allowed to be used for personal purposes. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to transfer my number or device to the corporate plan. So... now I have two iPhone 6s in my left front pocket. I'd really like to get this community's thoughts on what I should do. Reasons to get rid of the phone: It would save me $1032/year in phone bills, $86/month. It would make my left front pocket look less silly. Potential resale value may be quite high at the moment. Reasons to keep the phone: I'm on a grandfathered unlimited plan. Maximum Early Termination Fee. Completely firewall personal and business uses. (My company doesn't track usage at all, but better to err on the side of caution, right?) I've had this number for nearly 10 years. (this ranks pretty low on my reasons to keep) Ideally, I would like to find a way to keep the phone at a reduced price, like figure out how to get a text/data only plan for it, or one with minuscule voice minutes. I've searched around for text/data only plans and haven't found a whole lot that are compatible with this device. I'd totally be open to paying the ETF, selling my phone, and then buying a Sprint phone to get on Freedom Pop or Virgin Mobile USA. Thoughts?