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Consumer Cellular Intros EasyPay Financing Program

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Jul 25, 2013, 9:48 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Consumer Cellular today announced its own smartphone financing program, called EasyPay. EasyPay is available to consumers purchasing smartphones that cost $300 and up. The program requires a $100 down payment, and then monthly payments of $25 that are added to the service plan fees until the device is paid off. A $300 phone, for example, would take eight months to pay off entirely after the $100 down payment and monthly installments. There are no financing costs associated with EasyPay. Consumer Cellular said the LG 930 is the first device compatible with EasyPay. Other devices that can be financed will debut throughout the remainder of the year. EasyPay is a response to similar programs introduced by Cricket Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.

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Jul 25, 2013, 10:14 AM

Not Similar

Verizon and At&T do not have comparable programs to waht T-Mobile offers. Not even close. Their "response" to the Jump program was just sad. Their new "options" end up costing the customer substantially more then just sticking with their traditional upgrade program.

Not really a response if you ask me. More like a wimper.
If VZ and ATT lowered their price plans for their device programs (due to subsidy cost being removed), then they would be similar to T-Mo's...but this did not happen.. So customers actually pay more
What's really sad is just how many people are interested in it. I wish I could tell them that they're wasting their time and better off with the contract.
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