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Communications

Submission + - AT&T Announces iPhone price plans (macworld.com)

MacGod writes: Macworld is reporting that AT&T has announced three price plans specifically for the iPhone. In addition to selecting any of AT&T's regular price plans, iPhone customers can choose from three unlimited-data plans. The plans include 450, 900 and 1350 minutes for $60, $80 or $100 per month, respectively. In addition to the unlimited data, all plans include 200 SMS messages, unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling, and unused minutes roll-over to the next month. As expected, registration and plan selection is done through iTunes.

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Well, don't forget that they'll also be tied into their ISP more, because the Google-hosted Service is so much better than that which ISPs traditionally offer. So, basically, they're evil for charging some money for a superior service.

I'm not sure what the article thinks is the better choice-a free, crappy service? i.e the status quo?
Businesses

Submission + - Bugged Canadian Coins

tundra_man writes: CBC has an article posted about RFID type devices being found in Canadian coins found on US Contractors persons. From the article "Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters have mysteriously turned up in the pockets of at least three American contractors who visited Canada, says a branch of the U.S. Department of Defence". From the article "The report did not indicate what kinds of coins were involved" but I would say that the Canadian two dollar coin known as the "twonie" would be the best fit for the job as it has an inset component which could potentially be swapped for a high tech center.

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