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euroboy002

Sep 25, 2007, 3:37 PM
What you said worked with helio, the credited back my 315.00 2 Days after I called them about the bank/lawyer.... I think the last thing they want is "bad press"

Thanks Again!
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Yean

Sep 25, 2007, 4:10 PM
Good to hear you finally got your money. Who's your carrier now?
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LockItUp

Sep 26, 2007, 10:33 AM
Until I figure out whom I am going to go with, I have borrowed my friends extra Us Cellular Phone....

Sprint and At&t Are My First Choices...

Sprint: 250.00 Deposit Refundable After 1 Year.

At&t: Go Phone Pick Your Plan, Since at&t's deposit is $750.

And Finally T-mobile, I would do the no contract flex-pay. No deposit, but around 300.00 for the blackberry pearl I want....

Still trying to choose.... It's really hard because I don't want to get the "wrong" carrier, and then realize I hate them, then try and get my money back again, and wait and try another... It's not worth the hassle to me.
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Yean

Sep 26, 2007, 8:40 PM
You can PM me with your info, and I'll tell you if you ahve the $250.00 deposit. Whe was the last time you had your credit ran by Sprint?
Have you checked Sprint's great plans for SERO on www.sprint.com/sero?
I'm pretty sure Sprint would be your deciding factor.
Even with a SERO Blackberry data plan, that is unmilited (no cap like other carriers), EvDO speeds, and allowed to tether (phone as a modem).
If you don't mind me asking, why did you make the choices (carriers)?
I'm trying to help you make your best choice, even thogh I work for Sprint, I'm not biased...not too mush...lol).
I honestly try to help EVERYONE who asks for my assistance.

Cheers,
-Yean
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Infomedia

Oct 18, 2007, 1:37 AM
I agree with Yean. I don't like sprint much. But ATT don't go with them cause that go phone is a prepaid service. And T-mobile i'm assuming it's a Class N account month to month? Also Sprint would be more logical since he can actually be in other state and get you the phone and your area code. other carriers won't allow you do that. XD
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