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Alltel Expands My Circle Offerings

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Jan 13, 2008, 11:06 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Jan 13, 2008, 11:10 PM

Alltel has modified its My Circle calling plans. Customers who choose the My Circle calling plan receive free calls to and from a set of specific numbers chosen by the subscriber. My Circle now comes with the option to have 5, 10, or 20 numbers in the plan. The 5-number option can be added to plans costing $50 or more, the 10-number option can be added to plans costing $60 or more, and the 20-number option can be added to plans costing $100 or more. All three are available immediately.

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pfs2009

Jan 14, 2008, 6:58 AM

$100 for 20 numbers?

For that much you should have enough minutes. But I guess if talk that much....
Did you see the new family plan??? 139 for 20 my circle numbers UNLIMITED texting on all lines. first two are free and each extra one is 15. thats a great deal!
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Ok t-mobile you can get 5 free people and get 2000 min, plus nights and weekends and unlimited text for $129... You can get one line for 120 with 2500 min, unlimited text with 5 people too!
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20 numbers would be going backwards for me.

Besides, just because you have free calling to those numbers doesn't mean they have free calling to you, thus your conversations to these "free" numbers will still have to be short and sweet, out of resp...
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eltoro210

Jan 15, 2008, 2:29 AM

so let me get this straight......

you get 20 people for $100+ plans. well thats nice if you have a family plan but for single individuals sprint offers an unlimited plan that includes unlimited text,data,pics and of course voice. im not saying sprint has THE best coverage or customer service but if i was going to pay for a plan thats $100 or more i rather get a plan like that.....anyone disagree?

(and please keep this to a pro level, which means no "sprint sucks and they are going down blah blah blah" because thats just dumb because we all know that every single company has their flaws.....)
The plan you're talking about is $199/mo, plus $25/mo for Power Vision Ultimate. So, with fees and taxes, it's about $240/mo.

You can keep that, thanks. I'd rather not sacrifice the superior service and coverage I get with Alltel AND pay more tha...
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Well I take it from the ((and please keep this to a pro level, which means no "sprint sucks and they are going down blah blah blah" because thats just dumb because we all know that every single company has their flaws.....)) that you already know abou...
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chainmail311

Jan 14, 2008, 10:02 AM

kay.

.....YAAAAWN......

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