Well, Cablevision seems to agree. The company announced a new service called Freewheel, which is a Wi-Fi-only phone service with unlimited talk, text and data. The best part? The company isn’t requiring an annual contract.
If you already have Cablevision for your cable, Internet or land-line service, then it will only cost $9.95 per month. If you’re not a Cablevision customer don’t fret; it’s still pretty cheap at only $29.95 per month, according to The New York Times.
The only catch–besides that you need to be in a place with a Wi-Fi connection to use your phone–is that Cablevision is only offering the service to work on a Moto G, which costs $99.95, according to Engadget.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the service launches in February, and is the first of its kind.