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Tech Q&A: Is an unlimited data plan worth buying?

11:04 AM, Aug. 16, 2013
Texting can be even faster with the Samsung Intercept cell phone. Designed to operate on the Sprint 3G network, the phone features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 3.2-inch touch-screen, a 3.2 megapixel still/video camera and an MP3 player. (Gannett/Samsung/File)
Texting can be even faster with the Samsung Intercept cell phone. Designed to operate on the Sprint 3G network, the phone features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 3.2-inch touch-screen, a 3.2 megapixel still/video camera and an MP3 player. (Gannett/Samsung/File)
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You've got tech questions, here are the answers. Kim Komando helps you make the most of your technology by answering your thorniest tech questions. So if you're wondering what to buy, how to plug it in, or how to fix it, Kim can help.Do you really need unlimited data?

Q. I was grandfathered into an unlimited data plan on Verizon. Now I really want to upgrade my phone, but when I do I'll have to switch plans. Do you think it's a good tradeoff?

A. Keep in mind that you can buy an unlocked phone and bring it on to your unlimited plan. That will probably cost you less in the long run. That being said, I don't think ...

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