Is finally becoming affordable. My dad currently has an analog phone in his car for $15/month + $.50/minute (real old plan). I may try to get him to switch to this. The plan is a 5120 phone, and costs $70 to buy, and you must buy a $10 activation card that gives you $30 worth of service. $10 cards expire after 30 days, $20 and higher cards expire after 90 days. It costs $.35/minute during peak, and $.10/minute between 9pm and 7am and on weekends. Not horrible by any means. For a years worth of service, it would be $80 startup + 3x20 cards = $140. And you actually get to use the phone, for $90 worth (30 + 3x20).. - assuming an average per minute of .20, that would be 450 minutes over the year, or 37.5 minutes per month. The minutes rollover if you renew within 14 days of expiration. Long distance, caller ID, voice mail, call waiting and 3-way calling are included. On the other hand, my dad is paying closer to $18 after taxes - $216 per year. What do you guys think of this, for light users?