Unlimited Data (Family Plan)

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bleufire, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. bleufire
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    Ok, so i have been reading and trying to figure this out...

    On the website at ATT they have a Family plan for 1400 Mins which I am looking at for my Fiancee and I.

    What are these "Overages" with data i keep hearing people talk about? If the data is UNLIMITED then what else do i have to worry about? Do i need be careful of how long i sit on the internet with an iPhone?

    I don't have an iPhone but more than likely going to be getting one shortly after launch. Thanks!
     
  2. bmms8
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    i am not to sure what overages you have read. but yes, you do have unlimited data so you have nothing to worry about.
     
  3. bleufire
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    MR Thread

    It made me think that if i wanted to play on Safari or use the GPS, am i Limited as to how much i can do so? If my plan allows 1400 VOICE (with 2 people) does that at all affect it? I would hate to live on the iphone and run the bill up or kill all my mins cause my data runs with actual VOICE minutes...

    Am i making sense cause i lost myself there...?:D
     
  4. Luigi239
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    That thread is talking about Canada, where Rogers does not offer an unlimited data plan, but instead caps usage at as low as 400mb. All of AT&T's data plans are unlimited, so you will be fine.
     
  5. bleufire
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    :confused:

    I guess it helps to read the WHOLE article (including the first line) before comming to a conclusion! ehehe.. Thanks!
     
  6. davidlw
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    You may have unlimited data but you will have to pay extra for unlimited text messages.
     

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