So I got me a Droid 2 because I found a certified pre-owned one for $50 and I only needed $15 a month for data. Then I added a phone and increased the plan, still selecting $15 for 150MB of data (of which I plan on using less than 25 MB). This all happened on or before 28 Jan 11. I checked my data usage on my phone and it says 12MB out of unlimited. Strange. So I talked to Verizon. They said the $15 package was phased out on 1 Feb 11. They are back to $9.99 for 75MB required for texting phones (called Feature phones) and $39.99 unlimited required for all smartphones. I told them that since I chose the $15 package I should get it since they didn't even tell me they were getting rid of it. They are supposed to get back to me on this. If I end up having to pay that extra I would have been better off taking the penalty and changing services. I've already jumped off the bridge and gone full on Android from PalmOS so I'm really reluctant to return the phone (I'm still in my 14 day return window) plus I really like it (it is so hard to find a phone with a physical keyboard). So, a warning to the rest of you, the salad days of $15 data on Verizon are over.