I want the Nokia 3360 (well I was almost 100% sure I did, until I just read another post about how its a bad phone...). The problem is I think that Cingular's "upgrade prices" are astronimacally high. I really like Cingular, I have had great customer service and very good reception here in Dallas and in College Station (where I'll probably go to college next year). My phone however is a piece of trash StarTAC (I bought it used...I just don't like it, good thing I only paid $30 for it). As a good loyal 2 year customer, Cingular is rewarding me with the option of paying $50 if I sign another 2 year contract for the phone, or $170!! for a 1 year contract. AT&T on the other hand, will give it to me for $45 with a 1 year agreement (of course then I have to pay a $35 activation fee, but I have a $25 off coupon, so effectively $55 for the phone), or only $10 if I sign a 2 year agreement (activation fee waived). I like the rate plans of Cingular though (right now I have the 29.99 home plan, 250 anytime with unlimited nights & weekends), whereas AT&T has a 29.99 home plan with 250 anytime but only 1000 nights & weekends (not that I could ever use 1000 minutes, but its nice to know that I can just yak as long as I want...). Do you think there is any chance I can get them to do some sort of price-matching (maybe by calling up and threating to cancel - I'd rather not do this though).