When I recently upgraded on the Verizon Online Website (from a Droid Incredible to the iPhone 5), I didn't realize I'd lose my $15/mo (150 mg) Data Plan, and be switched to their $30/mo (2Gb) Data Plan instead. I realize that the $30/mo price's a lot cheaper per mg, but because I only use my cellphone's internet connect to p/u email + very light browsing (no streaming vid), I never went over 70mb/month during my 2 year Droid Incredible phone contract. In addition, since I've got a 1Gb/mo. $20 monthly re-occurring Data plan on my iPad 3, I'm always able to tether my cellphone to it (via iPad3's free hotspot feature) if needed. I spoke with a Verizon tel agent (and then to the agent's Supervisor) to complain about being un-intentually switched to the $30 data plan, and she advised me that all Verizon iPhone 5 upgrades require the $30 minimal data plan or more, and that there's no provision for retaining grandfathered older lower rates. I told her that when I upgraded I didn't recall being asked to select a data plan, so assumed I would still be on my $15/mo. plan. She told me I was mistaken because she said when you upgrade online, you must 'select' one of the $30 and up data plan options shown before proceeding. I realize it was late (12:05am PDT) when I placed my iPhone 5 upgrade order, but want to confirm with others here who upgraded to the iPhone 5 online to see if you recall having to select from one of the $30+ data plan options as well. From what I can see, I guess Verizon's got me over the barrel and I'm stuck paying $30/mo for a data plan which I will be only using 75mb/month now, as I live in an area where free wiFi is just about everywhere. Your thoughts?