The more I delve into social networking, eCommerce and internet-based services, the more I disintegrate myself from them.
Earlier this year, I started off with an iPhone backed by a Smartphone Data plan from T-Mobile as well as their text messaging plan and a voice line from our Family Plan. I used the phone to do all of my text messaging (my girlfriend and I talk mostly via text), email, calendar, contacts management, mobile Internet browsing and, of course, Google Maps (which was VERY handy while cycling).
Fast forward to now, and I have my super basic Nokia phone (which I'm replacing for something a bit more stable, but just as vanilla) and sold off my iPod Touch to restore my 5th Generation iPod Video. Since I go to Starbucks a lot less now, I removed my HotSpots plan and swapped it for the 1000 SMS block, so I can talk to my girlfriend a little more normally.