It can be infuriating trying to decipher just how much you can do with the data plans AT&T is currently offering, but luckily some folks who are far brighter than I have sat down and done the math and put it in a format you can easily understand.
Perhaps Mac|Life went a little overboard with making an individual iPhone for every piece of data, but it does get the point across pretty quickly of just how much data you can transfer under the new AT&T plans. Of course none of this takes into account mixing & matching, doing a bit of e-mail, hitting up one or two websites and so on.
The short version is that for a good number of people this will be more than enough data, but for it would still make me very nervous about going anywhere near my limit for fear of getting charged with an overage.
What say you? Can you live within these limits?