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Sprint Plan Problem


Nov 16, 2009, 10:11 PM
Hey guys,

Maybe someone can help me. I have a ten phone plan with Sprint. I have had it for several years, and the price is just too good to change it. I am interested in getting a new Hero, but I have been told that I have to add a new data plan to get not only the rebate on the phone, but also to merely activate it? Is this true?? If it is, Sprint is likely to lose my account and 10 phones. Help??

Nov 16, 2009, 10:24 PM
Double post much? All carriers require data plans on smart phones and PDA's.

Nov 19, 2009, 12:11 AM
I know first hand your dilemma. I am employed by Sprint. The biggest problem with these older great plans is this very dilemma. However it is easily solved. Not knowing just what plan you are on exactly ( I can only guess) I recommend you slowly start to ween yourself off this old plan as you are really missing out on our great fast network. Start with one line as a test. The Everything Data 450 is a great plan as you get 450 minutes, unlimited data, unlimited text and unlimited mobile to mobile to any other cell phone any network. Imagine your "circle" of 250,000,000 cellular users. All this for 69.99! If you do not have a employee discount with your company, you can certainly get a discount of you are a credit union member or subscr...

Nov 22, 2009, 11:03 PM
Mostly correct information, however the Right Plan Promise means that you will not be required to renew your service agreement to change your price plan. Any time you change away from a price plan that is no longer offered, you will not be able to get the old plan back. So if you have an everything (messaging or data) plan, a shared everything plan, or a business essentials or workgroup connection plan you will be fine. Anything older, Power Pack, Fair and Flexible, Free Incoming, etc, and you will need to go to something current.

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