If the government was serious about competition in the wireless sector, they’d follow the lead of some European nations. For example, in some countries it’s illegal to lock a phone to a carrier, or to require a service contract to buy a phone. Those kinds of things lock people into a provider and reduce competition.
France is the prefect example, and why they were the first country to offer an unlocked iPhone. Orange had the exclusive ‘airtime’ contract, but they also had to sell it unlocked. I know a few people who, when it was announced, made the trip over just to get an iPhone… Mind you, as of Monday, you can even buy an iPhone on contract from Tesco Mobile (Big Supermarket chain… Think Safeway, only bigger and… of course… better
Unlimited data for phones (includes tethering)
Unlimited instant messaging, Facebook and MySpace
Unlimited data for BlackBerry
Unlimited data for USB data sticks
Voice: 10c Per Minute with the $15 plan
Unlimited calls to North America