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Sprint Rehashes Direct Connect Plans

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Jan 22, 2009, 1:25 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Sprint announced a new set of calling plans for business users of its Direct Connect service. The Unlimited Workgroup plans offers unlimited Direct Connect and Group Connect, plus unlimited text messaging, mobile-to-mobile minutes and night and weekend minutes for $30 per month per line. Add $10 to get unlimited data, Web browsing and GPS navigation on Nextel phones or add $20 for those features on PowerSource and Nextel Direct Connect capable phones. Sprint is also offering pooled voice minutes starting at 500 for $30 per month or 2000 for $100 per line.




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Jan 25, 2009, 5:00 PM

$50 unlimited Nextel please!

I will head to a boost retailer on Mar.6 when my nextel contract ends because I don't use group connect, which I don't think is offered by boost or under its unlimited plan, and can't find any logical reason for staying with a crappy 36.99 for 400 measly minutes. I'm on a 400+300 bonus minutes for 36.99 which was a deal, at least bring back the bonus minutes for sign-up perks people!
Boost unlimited is a geat deal! Only reason not to go for it would be if you would have a hard time keeping $50 on your account at the START of the billing cycle.

Jan 23, 2009, 10:51 AM

this is sero

500 for 30... this is basically sero mins without benefits
A. Sero is for Sprint employees, friends and families etc, so you can't really compare it to a consumer plan. Because if consumer plans were comparable then there would be no need for SERO plans.

B. This article is terribly written. It says that...

Jan 22, 2009, 3:06 PM


What about rehasing all the plans for us regular folks... Bring back the free incoming.....Get rid of those crappy 450,900 minute plans... Come on now, bring back Nextel
Nextel customer since 1997
I agree with you mdavino. Bring back the free incoming plans. I have been with Nextel since 1999. That was the selling technique for nextel
Any Nextel Plan sucks now. Nextel is pointless when Boost is offering $50 unlimited everything nationwide plan.
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