The high-def war may be over, but thanks to Verizon Wireless, a new war is just on the horizon — one that consumers can actually benefit from. Last week, Verizon Wireless announced its plans to offer a $99.99/month unlimited calling plan with no long distance or roaming fees. Verizon's new plan jolted AT&T and T-Mobile into immediate action, with both companies announcing unlimited plans of their own just hours after Verizon's news. And just today, Sprint unveiled its offering for unlimited calling. But which carrier's plan is the best deal? We put them side-by-side to find out. Unlimited Calling Unlimited Txt/Pictures Unlimited Web Other Features Price AT&T Talk Unlimited Yes No No None $99.99 AT&T Talk & Text Unlimited Yes Yes No None $119.99 AT&T Talk, Text, & Web Unlimited Yes Yes Yes MEdia Mall, AT&T Mobile Music, Cellular Video $134.99 Sprint Simply Everything Yes Yes Yes Sprint TV, Sprint Music, GPS Navigation $99.99 T-Mobile Yes Yes No None $99.99 Verizon Basic Plan Yes No No None $99.99 Verizon Select Plan Yes Yes No None $119.99 Verizon Premium Plan Yes Yes Yes V CAST VPak, VZ Navigator $139.99 Without a doubt, Sprint's "Simply Everything" plan offers the best deal. Not only is its $99.99 plan all-inclusive, but existing Sprint customers can switch over to the new plan without fears of breaching their current contract. (New Sprint members will have to sign up for a 2-year agreement.) It's worth noting that AT&T charges an additional $10 per month if you opt for its "Talk, Text, & Web Unlimited" plan and own a BlackBerry or PDA. Furthermore, iPhone owners who don't use over 900 air time minutes each month are better off staying with AT&T's current Talk, Text, & Web 900 plan, which goes for $94.99/month. Well, that's until Apple announces a 3G iPhone that can really take advantage of unlimited Web access.