Oh, yeah, baby! I'm an iGuy. I recently converted from contractor to FT employee, which means I need to carry a company phone. The choice was between a Blackberry and a 16GB iPhone 6S; Verizon vs AT&T. I chose the Verizon iPhone 6S (Gold). My wife has the soon-to-be activated 64GB iPhone 6S from Sprint, so it'll be nice for me to learn on my own phone and offer her better support. First, the accessories: Verizon iPhone Travel Charger. It's actually very nice. The cable is black, heavy duty and a good length. Verizon Car Charger. It's a one-piece charger/cable, so it's a one-trick pony. It probably won't get used. Plantronics M70 BT headset. I'll see if my wife wants it. Some silly 3-pack of screen protectors. I put one one, then quickly ripped it off. Junk. Otterbox Commuter case. It's okay. My wife got one from Spigen that I like, but my choices through work weren't that great. Next, the plan: Um, I didn't pay a lot of attention. I guess I get a bunch of minutes and text and unlimited data. The real coup was that I requested hotspot -- and it was approved! My coworkers asked and were denied. I didn't ask. I just ordered it and the boss approved it. What else? Cell phone coverage of any kind is poor to non-existent in the office. Verizon is probably the worst, along with AT&T. Sprint is poor. I think T-Mobile the best. Anyway, there is spotty WiFi in the office so I jumped through a bunch of hoops to get my iPhone connected to it. Unfortunately, the signal strength of the WiFi is so poor in my area, that the iPhone can't pick it up!! Useless garbage. So, why have a corporate phone that doesn't work in the office? Well, the idea is that I'll be able to make/receive business calls, access corporate emails, and attend virtual meetings through Lync while away from the office. I do work from home 1 day a week, so it might come in handy. I still have a lot of setup to do. I need to install all the corporate junk. I also need to create an iCloud account. It has to be connected to my personal email rather than corporate email account, but that's okay. Will I carry 2 phones to work? Not likely. The iPhone can sit in my car or backpack all day long. I'll only use it away from the office. I won't carry the iPhone when away from the office, either - except when I have a specific need. This should give me a bit more flexibility about when and where I work - not intrude on my personal/family life.