Alltel Offering Three Months of Service Free to New Lines
Jul 13, 2009, 9:49 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Alltel is running a back-to-school promotion for new and existing customers with My Circle plans, Smart Choice Packs, and Bundled Wireless Internet. Under the terms of the promotion, customers can add up to four new lines to their accounts and pay a $25 activation fee per line. They will then get three months of free service on those new lines. The promotion, which runs through September 10, is available in the remaining 91 active Alltel markets.
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Or you could just give-it-away!
This could be good.
Heck, I wouldn't want to jack with something for 3 months either.
hasn't the Verizon Wireless merger completed???