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  1. #1
    Jim Catero
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    I have had 3 different reps. try to sell me the complete sense deal, the
    1st told me i can get unlimited long distance and local calls w/ my land
    line for $15.00 a month, the 2nd said no it's for long distance only,
    the 3rd said it covers long distance but local toll applies.
    At this point I may just stay with sbc and call it good.
    Anyone got the straight info on this ?

    thanks

    Jim
    I don't work for pcs, if I did Phillpe would have to find another carrier.




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  2. #2
    O/Siris
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    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    In article <ybBtb.2369$n56.1419
    @newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net>, Jim=20
    [email protected] says...
    > I have had 3 different reps. try to sell me the complete sense deal, the=

    =20
    > 1st told me i can get unlimited long distance and local calls w/ my land=

    =20
    > line for $15.00 a month, the 2nd said no it's for long distance only,=20
    > the 3rd said it covers long distance but local toll applies.
    > At this point I may just stay with sbc and call it good.
    > Anyone got the straight info on this ?
    >=20
    > thanks
    >=20
    > Jim
    > I don't work for pcs, if I did Phillpe would have to find another carrier=

    ..
    >=20
    >=20


    Yeah, I've got the straight deal because I signed up for it=20
    myself. Sprint Complete Sense (SCS) comes in three=20
    flavors. 50, 250, and unlimited.

    50 and 250 both refer to the number of local toll and long=20
    distance minutes you get with those plans, in addition to=20
    unlimited long distance. Call waiting, Caller ID, and Call=20
    Forwarding are included at no extra charge. Voicemail *is*=20
    an extra charge.

    SCS Unlimited is just that: unlimited local, local toll,=20
    and domestic long distance for one flat fee. And it tosses=20
    in voicemail for no extra charge.

    Where I live, SBC gave us a limited number of intrastate=20
    long distance calls for $5 more than we're paying for SCS,=20
    *and* put our voicemail access number in a different area=20
    code. As a result of that genius, not only did we use up=20
    our calls accessing voicemail, but we used them up every=20
    time incoming calls redirected to it also. We've saved a=20
    ton just by not having that "voicemail in another area=20
    code" stupidity count against us like that.=20

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    O/Siris
    I work for SprintPCS
    I *don't* speak for them.



  3. #3
    Jim Catero
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?



    O/Siris wrote:

    > Yeah, I've got the straight deal because I signed up for it
    > myself. Sprint Complete Sense (SCS) comes in three
    > flavors. 50, 250, and unlimited.
    >
    > 50 and 250 both refer to the number of local toll and long
    > distance minutes you get with those plans, in addition to
    > unlimited long distance. Call waiting, Caller ID, and Call
    > Forwarding are included at no extra charge. Voicemail *is*
    > an extra charge.
    >
    > SCS Unlimited is just that: unlimited local, local toll,
    > and domestic long distance for one flat fee. And it tosses
    > in voicemail for no extra charge.
    >
    > Where I live, SBC gave us a limited number of intrastate
    > long distance calls for $5 more than we're paying for SCS,
    > *and* put our voicemail access number in a different area
    > code. As a result of that genius, not only did we use up
    > our calls accessing voicemail, but we used them up every
    > time incoming calls redirected to it also. We've saved a
    > ton just by not having that "voicemail in another area
    > code" stupidity count against us like that.


    Thanks,
    I take it those are the $ 50.00 + plans, I'm looking at them as I
    don't like the deal SBC has about the internet, they are trying to say
    that due to i-net usage I fall under a Bus. plan which is more and that
    they will swap me next mo. I called to complain but they aren't giving ,
    I did find out from a Sprint LD rep. that i-net is covered under their
    plans, so, I'll be going with them, even at the 50 dollar plan I'll be
    saving money over what SBC is forcing on me, sometimes it's a pain to
    live in the country, but worth it when ya look at the crime rates in the
    city ;0)

    Jim C.




  4. #4
    DSL GURU
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    Such hypocrisy in Sprint's commercials for "Complete Sense". They show 2 guys
    in one suit representing AT&T, making like Sprint is more integrated.

    NONSENSE. Try getting your phone support from one person. Landline will tell
    you to call wireless for PCS support; and PCS will tell you to call Sprint for
    landline questions. No one at *2 can answer questions on landline long distance
    for instance.
    If you're lucky they'll offer to transfer you, and then you can wait on hold
    again.



  5. #5
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    DSL [email protected] says...
    > Such hypocrisy in Sprint's commercials for "Complete Sense". They show 2 =

    guys
    > in one suit representing AT&T, making like Sprint is more integrated.
    >=20
    > NONSENSE. Try getting your phone support from one person. Landline will t=

    ell
    > you to call wireless for PCS support; and PCS will tell you to call Sprin=

    t for
    > landline questions. No one at *2 can answer questions on landline long di=

    stance
    > for instance.
    > If you're lucky they'll offer to transfer you, and then you can wait on h=

    old
    > again.
    >=20


    Interesting, and maybe valid, but utterly off-topic for the=20
    question asked.

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    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for SprintPCS
    I *don't* speak for them.



  6. #6
    DSL GURU
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has you there Spring 2002
    apologizing for AT&T Broadband.



  7. #7
    Steven J Sobol
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has you there Spring 2002
    > apologizing for AT&T Broadband.


    Woohoo! Instead of replying to Rob, Philly insults him.

    Don't dare insult Philly, though. He'll tell your mommy.


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  8. #8
    DSL GURU
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has
    > you there Spring 2002
    > apologizing for AT&T Broadband.


    Woohoo! Instead of replying to Rob,
    =============================
    What's insulting about a factual statement?



  9. #9
    Steven J Sobol
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    > DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has
    >> you there Spring 2002
    >> apologizing for AT&T Broadband.

    >
    > Woohoo! Instead of replying to Rob,
    > =============================
    > What's insulting about a factual statement?


    Um, the terms "apologizing" and "apologist" are meant to be perjorative,
    Phil - or are you going to lie to me and tell me they're not?

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  10. #10
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    [email protected] (DSL GURU) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has you there Spring 2002
    > apologizing for AT&T Broadband.


    Interesting, and maybe valid, but utterly off-topic for the
    question asked.



  11. #11
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    Steven J Sobol wrote:

    > DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has you there Spring 2002
    >> apologizing for AT&T Broadband.

    >
    > Woohoo! Instead of replying to Rob, Philly insults him.
    >
    > Don't dare insult Philly, though. He'll tell your mommy.
    >
    >


    Phil's a Verizon apologist- he just called me a troll over there. The tears
    of laughter still haven't gone away.



  12. #12
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    Steven J Sobol wrote:

    > DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> DSL GURU <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>> Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has
    >>> you there Spring 2002
    >>> apologizing for AT&T Broadband.

    >>
    >> Woohoo! Instead of replying to Rob,
    >> =============================
    >> What's insulting about a factual statement?

    >
    > Um, the terms "apologizing" and "apologist" are meant to be perjorative,
    > Phil - or are you going to lie to me and tell me they're not?
    >


    Careful, Steven- Phil's gonna need Mommy to pull out the dictionary for that
    post.



  13. #13
    Steven J Sobol
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    Scott Stephenson <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Phil's a Verizon apologist- he just called me a troll over there. The tears
    > of laughter still haven't gone away.


    It'd be funny if Phil was a Verizon apologist, since as far as I know Phil
    doesn't use Verizon.

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  14. #14
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    DSL [email protected] says...
    > Rob, I made an interesting find via Google. It has you there Spring 2002
    > apologizing for AT&T Broadband.
    >=20


    Here's let's try language even *you* can't misquote:

    Yeah? So?

    --=20
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    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for SprintPCS
    I *don't* speak for them.



  15. #15
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Whats the deal on the complete sense ?

    In article <[email protected]>, Steven J=20
    [email protected] says...
    > Um, the terms "apologizing" and "apologist" are meant to be perjorative,
    > Phil - or are you going to lie to me and tell me they're not?
    >=20


    BZZZT, you phrased your post in the form of a relevant=20
    question. Therefore, you're as likely to get an on-the-
    point response from him as you are to have a pure gold=20
    nugget just hop into your left pants pocket.

    --=20
    -+-
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for SprintPCS
    I *don't* speak for them.



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