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  1. #1
    trailer
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    I recently saw an article that ATT had a plan of 200 anytime minutes, 500
    night/weekend minutes for $29.99.

    This was a plan for seniors. Unfortunately, I now fit into that category.

    Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    contract is up.







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  2. #2
    Seth Goodman
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    Re: Sprint plans

    In article <gh8tpm$1n7$1@news.motzarella.org> on Thu, 4 Dec 2008
    09:42:42 -0600, trailer wrote:

    > I recently saw an article that ATT had a plan of 200 anytime minutes, 500
    > night/weekend minutes for $29.99.
    >
    > This was a plan for seniors. Unfortunately, I now fit into that category.
    >
    > Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    > contract is up.


    Sprint's "Basic" Plan is open to *everyone*, and is *better* than AT&T's
    and Verizon's over 65 plans.

    Sprint's Basic Plan offers 200 anytime minutes, *unlimited* night and
    weekend minutes (starting at 9 PM), and unlimited M2M for $29.99.

    You can switch to Sprint's Basic Plan today - no reason to wait until
    your contract expires. It will not extend your contract end date.


    --
    Seth Goodman



  3. #3
    Help PCS
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    Re: Sprint plans

    Seth Goodman <seth_news@yahoo.com> wrote in
    news:MPG.23a1d037fb580423989689@news.astraweb.com:

    > Sprint's Basic Plan offers 200 anytime minutes,
    > *unlimited* night and weekend minutes (starting at 9 PM),
    > and unlimited M2M for $29.99.


    I don't think that this plan offers M2M included, even with a
    2yr agreement. It's $5/month as an option.





  4. #4
    Todd Allcock
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    Re: Sprint plans

    At 04 Dec 2008 14:59:40 -0600 Paul Miner wrote:

    > >> Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    > >> contract is up.

    > >
    > >Sprint's "Basic" Plan is open to *everyone*, and is *better* than AT&T's
    > >and Verizon's over 65 plans.
    > >
    > >Sprint's Basic Plan offers 200 anytime minutes, *unlimited* night and
    > >weekend minutes (starting at 9 PM), and unlimited M2M for $29.99.
    > >
    > >You can switch to Sprint's Basic Plan today - no reason to wait until
    > >your contract expires. It will not extend your contract end date.

    >
    > I was going to make a smart remark about seniors being asleep by 9 PM,
    > but thought better of it.


    Perhaps, but they're certainly up early enough to use off-peak before it
    switches back to peak time at 7AM! ;-)





  5. #5
    trailer
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    Re: Sprint plans

    come on Paul. I always stay up until 9:30.

    "Paul Miner" <pminer@elrancho.invalid> wrote in message
    news:v4hgj4l7lncu66rpbfedq3dth3fvne0528@4ax.com...
    On Thu, 4 Dec 2008 11:32:49 -0500, Seth Goodman <seth_news@yahoo.com>
    wrote:

    >In article <gh8tpm$1n7$1@news.motzarella.org> on Thu, 4 Dec 2008
    >09:42:42 -0600, trailer wrote:
    >
    >> I recently saw an article that ATT had a plan of 200 anytime minutes, 500
    >> night/weekend minutes for $29.99.
    >>
    >> This was a plan for seniors. Unfortunately, I now fit into that
    >> category.
    >>
    >> Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    >> contract is up.

    >
    >Sprint's "Basic" Plan is open to *everyone*, and is *better* than AT&T's
    >and Verizon's over 65 plans.
    >
    >Sprint's Basic Plan offers 200 anytime minutes, *unlimited* night and
    >weekend minutes (starting at 9 PM), and unlimited M2M for $29.99.
    >
    >You can switch to Sprint's Basic Plan today - no reason to wait until
    >your contract expires. It will not extend your contract end date.


    I was going to make a smart remark about seniors being asleep by 9 PM,
    but thought better of it.

    --
    Paul Miner





  6. #6
    SMS
    Guest

    Re: Sprint plans

    trailer wrote:
    > I recently saw an article that ATT had a plan of 200 anytime minutes, 500
    > night/weekend minutes for $29.99.
    >
    > This was a plan for seniors. Unfortunately, I now fit into that category.
    >
    > Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    > contract is up.


    I started a mass exodus from the old AT&T Wireless in one retirement
    community after AT&T jacked up their prices when Cingular acquired them.
    I told my mom to dump them, she told her friends, and it became a
    movement to T-Mobile prepaid, and OneSuite long distance (because
    everyone had been using free off-peak to call their kids and grandkids).

    $30 on PagePlus buys you about 550 anytime minutes.



  7. #7
    John
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    Re: Sprint plans

    $25 unlimited with Cricket.

    "SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
    news:5S_Zk.7528$as4.5478@nlpi069.nbdc.sbc.com...
    > trailer wrote:
    >> I recently saw an article that ATT had a plan of 200 anytime minutes, 500
    >> night/weekend minutes for $29.99.
    >>
    >> This was a plan for seniors. Unfortunately, I now fit into that
    >> category.
    >>
    >> Does Sprint have senior plans? If not, I may have to switch after my
    >> contract is up.

    >
    > I started a mass exodus from the old AT&T Wireless in one retirement
    > community after AT&T jacked up their prices when Cingular acquired them. I
    > told my mom to dump them, she told her friends, and it became a movement
    > to T-Mobile prepaid, and OneSuite long distance (because everyone had been
    > using free off-peak to call their kids and grandkids).
    >
    > $30 on PagePlus buys you about 550 anytime minutes.


    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **



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