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Alltel Launches Its Own $99 Unlimited Plan

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Sprint is still best value


Mar 12, 2008, 8:20 AM
89.99 for unl minutes, and text.
99.99 for unl minutes, text, and data

you just cannot beat it!!

Mar 12, 2008, 12:30 PM
But then you have to take into consideration how much extra you have to pay per line on Sprint's unlimited everything. It's not 10 extra to add a line. Every line pays 99 dollars, (5 lines = 500), BUT with each additional line you take off a certain amount.

Just one line: 99$.
Two lines: Take off 5$
Three lines: take off 15$
Four lines: take off 30$
Five lines: take off 50$.

If you're just doing one line, it probably will work out fine. If you're a family, maybe not.

The Sprint Rep came into our store last week and explained everything about it in detail. So, for some, Alltel's Mycircle (especially the Family Premier) works better. For others, Sprint. It's all personal preference and calculating before you decide which is...

Mar 13, 2008, 9:52 AM
The unlimited everything is only great if its only you who needs a line of many people have only one line and not one for wife kids and parents.....the my circle option gives people a way to have 2-3 people on an account with unlimited text, n+w starting at 7pm , and nation wide calling with 2200 min and 20 my circle numbers for 139.99 or three lines for 155........this plan would satisfy 98% of anyone who needs a cell phone....which is what we are here to do ......and if i remember correctly alltel had an unlimited plan for 49.99 then 59.99 in Cleveland are they got rid of because once people added it up they realized that there were better plans out there

Mar 13, 2008, 1:56 PM
Look at how terrible Sprint is performing? 400k customers left in one quarter... shameful.


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