If you’re pre-ordering an iPhone on AT&T tonight, you’re going to bump into a screen a lot like this one:
Now that iMessage is out there and changing lives (along with other data messaging services), you might want to reconsider the “unlimited messages” button.
Almost all of the texts that I send and receive are through iMessage. The exception is services with text message verification, and the odd green-bubble friend.
You can go into your account on AT&T’s website to look at your averages:
Non-unlimited text messages on AT&T are $0.20 each. This means I’m blowing an average of $9/month on having an unlimited plan. Over $100/year.