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    A lot of Sprint subscribers have said they wont switch to att for devices like the Titan and Focus because they have great plans with Sprint, including unlimited data. Now it seems that feature is going away and data will be capped at different levels, like other carriers. So does this make anyone more inclined to switch to att where they werent before because of their unlimited data? Sprint to nix 'unlimited' from mobile broadband and hotspot plans in November - Engadget
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    Not surprising, they all pretty much killed it this year.

    I'm much more inclined to buy unlocked and just use wifi, which is almost everywhere. You're going to spend $300/year for data (x2 years), why not just buy the phone?
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    Unless I'm misreading that article, it looks like this is only for hotspot and mobile broadband. So they still have unlimited for smartphone data usage. Although I'm sure that will get capped eventually too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thed View Post
    Unless I'm misreading that article, it looks like this is only for hotspot and mobile broadband. So they still have unlimited for smartphone data usage. Although I'm sure that will get capped eventually too.
    Oh, you're quite right. Not sure why I read it as smartphone data. Going to ask for this to be closed. Thanks.
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    I don't think you should close this thread. Because like thed said, they will probably cap phone data soon after. I think its inevitable. I mean, what would you do then?
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    Thread closed OP request

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