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Default Unlimited data with AT&T - 04-07-2008, 15:45

Not sure if somebody else already mentioned this somewhere, but it wasn't yet on the at&t page here at so I thought it might to useful to mention it:

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Default 04-07-2008, 16:18

Very interesting, an unlimited data plan for just 20$ is great!

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Default 04-07-2008, 19:16

I wonder if there is a difference between unlimited MEdia Net and unlimited data. For instance T-Mobile has sold unlimited T-Zones for between $2.99 and $6.99 per month on postpaid accounts, but T-Zones is a very restricted form of network access.
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Default 04-07-2008, 19:20

There isn't nothing of similar in Italy and, I think, in a lot of european countries

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Default 05-07-2008, 03:39

Medianet is pretty wide open. Technically you are not supposed to tether, but many people at Howards Forum have done so. If you start downloading DVDs, you might get noticed, but you are probably fine for ordinary surfing, e-mails, etc.
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Default 05-07-2008, 17:33

This is great! Yes. media net is pretty wide open. I already have the Media Max unlimited with 200 sms for $19.99. You can tether as much as you want with it. There are folks that average several gigs a month without any problems.

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