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AT&T Alters Pricing In Wake of Verizon Announcement

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Top message:  Simply Everything by Azeron   Jan 16, 2010, 12:52 AM

Replying to:  Re: Simply Everything by jeryzkid22   Jan 16, 2010, 12:17 PM

Re: Simply Everything

by rwalford79    Jan 16, 2010, 1:25 PM

With Sprint there are many options, even on "simplified" plans.

450 Everything Data
900 Everything Data
Simply Everything (All The Major Basics)

I dont see Sprint lowering the Simply Everything, since 900 Minutes is only $10 less anyway. Unless they went $69 450, $79 900, $89 Simply Everything.

Sprint wants to keep it simple, but I think for competition sake, they need to do a T-Mobile and offer "Unlimited Voice Only" for $49, or maybe $39.99 with no option to add any data or text, those are "blocked" by default. Some people really just want minutes.

Boost Mobile is Sprint but the prepaid side, no contracts, no fees, no taxes, and inclusive is $50 for NEXTEL everything, or $70 for BlackBerry EVERYTHING (great plan price), but you CAN NOT bring your own CDMA Sprint phone, it MUST be a Boost phone (CDMA Boost and CDMA Sprint can not be swapped either) Boost can not be used on a Nextel account, but a Nextel phone CAN be used on a Boost account.

I wonder if this will open up the data plans on the Nextel side of Boost for those with the BB Curve 8350i

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