Right now, I'm completely torn between an iPhone 4 on AT&T or Verizon. I have used both services in my area and AT&T is quite a bit faster. There are less dead zones with Verizon, but AT&T is actually pretty good (not a trouble spot). At any rate, I decided that I could live with the 2GB/mo limit for data on the phone, and if I ever go over, I could just pay the $10 extra for another gig in a particular month. But the tethering plan on AT&T is practically useless. For $20 more a month, you get the "privilege" to use the same 2GB of data on multiple devices. Whereas on Verizon, you pay $20 more a month to get 2GB solely for the hotspot. So even if they didn't have unlimited for the phone itself (let's say they had a 2GB limit like AT&T), you would still get the additional 2GB for tethering. I was hoping that the availability of the iPhone on Verizon - along with the unlimited data plan and better hotspot pricing - would force AT&T's hand to make some changes to their plans. However, I guess they are going to stick to their guns, eh? What do you guys think? When the hotspot becomes available on AT&T, will you get it? I doubt many of you that are grandfathered into unlimited will get it, but what about you guys already on the 2GB plan? Do you think that it will be worth $20 more to use the same 2GB of data for tethering?