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KennyJ19

Feb 20, 2007, 12:41 PM
i have been thinking about getting this phone, i have the Sanyo7000 now, i like it for the most part, i tried to call today and get this phone i was transferd 7 time every time to the rong person. is this phone worth all of this? can i keep my plan i have with sprint i have 500min free incoming calls, no roaming or log distance. i had nextl a while back and i liked the 2way they have. i have read some reviews on this phone and not so sure now/ Sprint/Nextel needs to get people that can speak english every time i call i never know what they are saying and they never understand me.
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frmr_marine58

Mar 14, 2007, 8:37 AM
Dude,

I went from Sprint to Nextel then back to Sprint, they say that they are the same company on the commercials, but the reality is that they have different contract fine lines. Sure the PTT is awesome, but the charges are outrageous when you cross the line and there a pain to work with, unlike Sprint.

My personal experience was when I went to the Mexican border and got charged for international rates for using the PTT, and my wife who had a Sprint phone only got charged her normal monthly fee. The plan I got was the free PTT or Direct Connect with 500 free minutes. I never used the 500 minutes, but Nextel was more then happy to point out the fine print about the FREE PTT/DC in or near Mexico. (Not sure about Canada)

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