AT&T: $1.75 per month from "less than a third" of their 21.5 million subscribers. If they charged a third, it would come to $12.4 million a month or roughly $150 million a yearCingular: Between 32 cents and $1.25 per month depending on your state. They had ~20 million subscribers last year so it's roughly $6.4-$25 million a month or $77-$300 million a year.Nextel: $1.55 per month since October 2002 so that's $20 million a month or $240 million a year.Sprint PCS: 63 cents per month from all 17.9 million customers, bringing in over $11 million per month and $135 million extra per year.Verizon: Have not yet decided whether to gouge err ... charge customersT-Mobile: Not even mentioned but according to this USA Today article, they are not charging and wouldn't say if they plan to in the future.
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