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question about Suncom ....


Jan 31, 2007, 10:31 AM
my contract runs out in jan, do I automacily go month to month? Is there any disadvantage to going month to month instead of having a contract?

Anyway, last i check, after 10 months, I get a small discount on a new phone from SunCom? Is that, 10 months within a contract? or does month to month count?

Basically, if I plan on staying with suncom, is there any advantage to having a contract? thanks!!

Feb 9, 2007, 3:02 PM
From what I know, the way it works is you can run out time on their contract (20 months out of 24 months) to qualify for an upgrade at the 2 year price. Same thing works with the 1 year upgrade price (more expensive).

But there aren't really any benefits to having a contract, honestly, there are more disadvantages than advantages. No need to worry about any ETF fees (Early contract termination fee) which are usually $200 / line for SunCom phones.

Good luck

Mar 21, 2007, 12:41 PM
I don't know if you've already made a decision regarding your contract with SunCom, but being an authorized dealer I'll weigh in.

If you have an older taxes and fees included plan, especially the $69 UnPlan, then hang on to it as long as you can for as long as you're happy with the service. To lock in that plan you must be in contract. When you are month to month they can (and will) move you off a less advantageous plan for them. And if you want to lock in, you might as well take a discount on a new phone.

However, if you are on any other set of plans from SunCom, don't go back in contract. Buy a phone straight out and stay with them as long as you care to. There is no reason to be in contract when there are comparable pl...

Mar 21, 2007, 9:19 PM
ohhh but according to kaptian whatever they still exist!!!!

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