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Top message:  No Family Values? by Holmes   Jun 21, 2007, 4:26 PM

Replying to:  Re: No Family Values? by KohKoh   Jun 28, 2007, 1:06 AM

Re: No Family Values?

by hellowireless1    Jul 1, 2007, 4:44 PM

You can have as many lines as you want under your name that will come on your bill together. Sure, you are only allowed to have 5 lines on one account, but the simple way around that is to create a sub-account with another 5 lines. If you want another please just create a new sub-account. It's not a big deal!! Just because Helio doesn't have any family share plans for $10 per line on their all in memberships, does not mean that they aren't any cheaper. If you look into detail, if you are to get 2 lines with Helio, it would still be cheaper than doing a family share plan with the competitor, I hope everyone understands that data (txt, pix, flix, web, etc.) costs per feature per phone with these other companies that can equate up to $45 per line with Verizon Wireless for instance ($20 txt, $15 V-Cast, and $10 GPS). All these things and MORE are included in Helio's pricing strategy. Also, how many people actually prefer the STUPID art of sharing minutes?! You don't know how many minutes the other person is using, most family plan people experience overages of up to 45c per minute depending on the plan they have. Think about it before you try to out respond me with the whole monitoring your usage during the month because you can only view what YOUR device has used for the month. Anyway, I'm done, thank you. If you have any questions or responses, please just go ahead and keep them to yourself because I'm too quick and I know more than you do about cell phones...trust me.

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