There are 66 different plans available to potential iPhone 4 customers, so it's easy to get confused as to what plan best suits your needs. Fortunately, Gus over at Lifehacker has put his absurd Excel skills to good use and created the ultimate iPhone 4 table, which you should check out before you think about queuing up for a new iPhone on Thursday night. [Lifehacker]
The Best iPhone 4 Plan? Check Out Lifehacker's Mega-Table
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