While upgrading to my new phone I inquired about the new $99 unlimited calling plan.
The $99 plan does not apply for smart phone users (treo, blackberry, etc...)
I have a much larger plan - typically 4000 minutes for about $140 a month - corporate discount.
Switching to the new plan ends up saving me $5 a month and gives me unlimited minutes, messages and data.
I realized I had also been paying $15 per month to use my black berry as a modem - which I never really use (it can't take calls and be a modem at the same time). I also have a wireless card. So I removed that feature from my account. I also have a wireless card that I use - making the blackberry an unlikely to be used back-up.
Verizon told me that I could reactivate the service in a few minutes if I needed it - so I'm comfortable taking it off.
Now everything is $20 cheaper.
I wonder what else I can trim off the bill.
This is actually more of a benefit for my employer as most of my bill is re-imbursed.