Originally Posted by penguin3107
Terms and Conditions | AT&T
Take a look here, a little more than halfway down in the BLACKBERRY ENTERPRISE AND BLACKBERRY INTERNATIONAL
section, it reads: "BlackBerry International requires a minimum one-year agreement and you must remain on eligible BlackBerry International plan for a minimum one-year term."
I haven't been this pissed off in a looooooooooooong time. The second I saw your post I jumped on the phone with AT&T.
It turns out that you're right. The "BlackBerry International" plan is $64.99/month, and requires a 1-year commitment.
This amount INCLUDES the amount you're paying for domestic data. My current BES fee is $44.99/month. So, adding the international package is an additional $20/month. Over the course of 1 year, that's an additional $240.
I only spend 2 weeks in France every year, so that $240 works out to $20 EVERY SINGLE DAY!!!
The only alternative is 2 cents per kilobyte, with no term commitment. However, that works out to $20.48 per MB, which will work out to about the same amount.
This is beyond RIDICULOUS!!!
I need to take a walk and cool off.