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The Belief Project..

by tjzeek    Sep 30, 2010, 2:45 PM

I know there are multiple, posts on this but didn't wanna just toss this in the bottom of a thread.

http://www.uscellularmedia.com/USCC_TheBeliefProject ... »

I know some people are stating it will cost more it will cost less, but honestly never having to sign a contract again, after your first intial one? Verizon smart phone contract cancellation is 350..

The belief points is like a reward system, where you get to, use it to discount items in store, car chargers, screen protectors and so forth, which saves $ and adds up over time.

The plans with phone replacement, basically if your phone breaks drops in water go in, and swap it out, no waiting, for a replacement unless they don't have it in the store.

Only time you have to go through insurance is lost/stolen, now its done within house even faster, even if your phone is OUT of warrenty.

Upgrade your phone faster then having to wait 18 months or in some companies 24 months, How many times have you uttered the words "I would be willing to pay a little bit more if i could get my phones faster"...

stay up to date with current phones, and still not be locked into a new contract? I think its kinda worth the extra tiny bit you might be paying on the plan if you dont use your belief points on accesories etc.

If you dont go for the fully unlimited plans overages are capped off at 50$ for single, 150$ for family..

working in wireless industries i've seen freaking crazy overages monthly by the same customer, and they just didnt wanna change their plans.

There are so many perks to this, you just have to take the time to find out the plan that works for you.

People that state, US Cellular is to small to make a difference, last I check so was Wal-Mart, and look where they are now.

Verizon wasn't always #1 Cell Phone company either, you have to start small, in order to become big.

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