You buy games at GameStop. You buy games hardware at GameStop. You may sometimes even buy a magazine or action figure. Very soon, though, you'll be able to add something a little unexpected to the list: mobile phone plans
The multinational games powerhouse will soon, in the US at least, turn itself into a telecommunications provider, offering a range of pre-paid and contract-free deals that rely on the user bringing their own phone to table (GameStop won't, at least for now, be offering phone + plan deals).
Prices range from $US5 to $US55 a month depending on your data. Oh, and GameStop's plans will operate on AT&T's network.
I cannot think of a single reason why anyone would want to do this.