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Pre compatible with Sero plan?

peteywheatstraw

Apr 25, 2009, 12:53 PM
Does anyone know if the Pre will be compatible with the sero plan or will you have to be on an everything plan?
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rarodrig26

Apr 25, 2009, 2:32 PM
This has been asked and answered a bunch..but, probably no, you'll have be on one of the everything data plans just like the samsung instinct.
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Midnight Toker

Apr 25, 2009, 3:43 PM
No, you will have to have one of the three Sprint Everything Data Plans or three Family Shared Everything Data ones.
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Kayslay34

Apr 25, 2009, 4:19 PM
They will make you go to the new employee plus referral plan.
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Midnight Toker

Apr 26, 2009, 7:15 AM
You spout off misinformation yet again Kayslay34. When will you double check your information BEFORE posting your threads? The Palm Pre, like the Samsung Instinct requires an Everything Data Plan. During a brief Q&A session at CES 2009, this fact had been stated. Please stop giving erroneous information. Thank you.
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tuxedosun

Apr 26, 2009, 10:15 AM
Well, unfortunatly, you are incorrect. The Instict can be put on the Everything Plusâ„¢ Referral Program because it is the Simply Everything Plan without unlimited minutes. The Palm Pre will follow the same suit it they put restrictions on it like the Instinct. AND AGAIN, no one really knows for sure because there is no documentation on this device yet.
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eDreamerz

Apr 26, 2009, 1:02 PM
Thank you. Very Happy
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elroy17

May 31, 2009, 10:47 PM
You can activate it on the everything Plus Referrel but will not be able to get the Pre at lauch since you can only order new line for referrel program online or through telesales.
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Kayslay34

Apr 26, 2009, 5:43 PM
Midnight Toker said:
You spout off misinformation yet again Kayslay34. When will you double check your information BEFORE posting your threads? The Palm Pre, like the Samsung Instinct requires an Everything Data Plan. During a brief Q&A session at CES 2009, this fact had been stated. Please stop giving erroneous information. Thank you.



YOU SIR ARE A IDIOT...... how do you think employees and their family members have instincts, you need to stop spouting your bull$#^@. For employee accounts you can have any phone on a SERO PLAN OR A EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PLUS...
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thedish8204

Apr 28, 2009, 5:30 PM
I will have to say that I did Employee Accounts for a while (not anymore), but when the Instinct came out there was a big mess because the legacy SERO did not work with that device. Then emerged the Everything Plus. So I dare say that the Pre will follow and be allowed on the Everything Plus. But I will not say that is concrete because I don't know. But I have researched it and I have found stated that if the plan supports the Instinct it will support the Pre. If that helps....at all.
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poster

May 30, 2009, 12:38 PM
I can tell you NO, the SERO will not work with the PRE. The phone will only work with current everything data plans or with the Everything Plus Referral plan. The old plans were based on phones that had limited ability to access data so they were understandable lower but the pre and many new phones that are high data users cost Sprint more so unfortunately they will cost more. If you want the everything plus referral plans you will need to know an employee and they can give you the website.
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Kayslay34

May 30, 2009, 8:22 PM
anyone can go to the website www.sprint.com/everythingplus ... what you need is a employee email and last 3 digits of there CID also known as citrix id or elid
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eDreamerz

Apr 27, 2009, 10:23 AM
Unofficial, but...

http://bit.ly/8U1T »

A few weeks back we heard that Sprint was expected to start training their customer service reps on the Palm Pre. It appears that leaked training docs related to the Palm Pre have found their way to the Internet courtesy of Inside Sprint Now.

Most of the documentation appears to be in line with everything we currently know about the Palm Pre, but here are a few notable points made by the unofficial blogger.
Customers Must Switch to Everything Plan

There are three categories of service plans for this phone—individual, shared, and pooled plans. Some of these plans are existing and some of them are new. In short, the device will require either a Simply Everything/Simply Everything Data P...
(continues)
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eDreamerz

Apr 27, 2009, 10:39 AM
Dang it! Sad
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eDreamerz

Apr 27, 2009, 3:24 PM
Of course this still doesn't answer the SERO question, but oh well.
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