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Unlimited Wireless Plans from Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Sprint. Are they a good deal?

Posted by Noel Huelsenbeck on Tue, Apr 15, 2008 @ 03:06 PM

Last month Sprint announced the $99 Simply Everything which includes, as the name implies, everything your phone, PDA or smartphone can do nationwide — text, surf, email, listen, watch, find and, of course, talk, plus their slick Telenav GPS Navigation service. AT&T and Verizon Wireless responded with their own plans, although Verizon's combined voice and data plans start at $129 which is 24% higher than Sprint.

Are these plans a good fit for your business. The quick answer is if you have 50 or more users on a corporate liable plan probably not, but if your employees expense their phone bill each month and on average spend over $100 a month then yes, these plans offer a great way to cap costs.

Now the quick answer is just that, a rule of thumb. To truly know what plan is best your invoice will need to be analyzed. Vocio has optimization templates built into our software to help analyze each wireless account allowing you to quickly determine what plan would be best. Feel free to send us a few invoices and we can load your data into our template and show you how best to optimize your wireless services.

During the month of April Vocio has teamed with Sprint and RIM to offer a free Blackberry 8830 with any new activation. You can learn more about that here.

For more info on the unlimited plans see below:

AT&T Unlimited Plans

Sprint Unlimited Plans

Verizon Wireless Unlimited Plans

Voice Only

Voice & Data

Topics: Verizon Wireless, unlimited wireless plans, wireless optimization, simply everything plan, nation unlimited

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