Mark is looking to change his cell phone plan. He is considering switching to one of four plans:
|Plan Features||Plan 1||Plan 2||Plan 3||Plan 4|
|Included Night and Weekend Minutes||750||750||1000||1250|
|Cost for Extra Night and Weekend Minutes (per minute)||$0.10||$0.10||$0.05||$0.05|
|Included Anytime Minutes||400||400||500||500|
|Cost for Extra Anytime Minutes (per minute)||$0.10||$0.50||$0.15||$0.05|
|Included Text Messages||750||750||1000||1250|
|Cost for Extra Text Messages (per message)||$0.10||$0.15||$0.05||$0.10|
|Included Data (in MB)||1000||2000||3000||5000|
|Cost for Extra Data (per MB)||$0.20||$0.20||$0.15||$0.20|
|Roaming Calls (per minute)||$0.05||$0.05||$0.05||$0.10|
|Roaming Data (per MB)||$0.10||$0.10||$0.05||$0.10|
Mark’s monthly cell phone monthly usage is as follows:
|Nights and Weekend Minutes||1000|
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