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  1. #1
    plane
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    This has probably been covered, but say you take sprint up on the 7pm
    night and weekend, which requires a 2 year contract:

    1) If you needed to change to a different plan,either more or less
    minutes, would this start another 2 year plan, fromthis chasnge, or
    does the orginal 2 year plan just stay in effect?

    2) What would happen in this scenero? Get a new service, with new
    phone, take out the $10 option for month to month, if you cancel the
    contract say in 2 months, do you have to give the phone back? Also
    the new brochures, don't mention activation fees, sometimes they are
    free around Christmas?



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  2. #2
    DSL GURU
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    Re: Changing plans in mid contract

    New plans require new contracts, unless you pay the extra $10/month, and then
    without the contract, you do not get the discount (even as a rebate) that
    brings phone prices down to (or below) $100.



  3. #3
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Changing plans in mid contract


    "plane" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > This has probably been covered, but say you take sprint up on the 7pm
    > night and weekend, which requires a 2 year contract:
    >
    > 1) If you needed to change to a different plan,either more or less
    > minutes, would this start another 2 year plan, fromthis chasnge, or
    > does the orginal 2 year plan just stay in effect?


    Should be that the original 2 year plan stays in effect.
    >
    > 2) What would happen in this scenero? Get a new service, with new
    > phone, take out the $10 option for month to month, if you cancel the
    > contract say in 2 months, do you have to give the phone back? Also
    > the new brochures, don't mention activation fees, sometimes they are
    > free around Christmas?


    No, you wouldn't have to give the phone back. You bought it, didn't you? As
    to activations, I don't remember any holiday free activation offer. I do
    remember when activations were ever free.

    Bob





  4. #4
    DSL GURU
    Guest

    Re: Changing plans in mid contract

    Radio Shack commonly has promotions for free activation if you buy a SprintPCS
    phone from them,
    but that requires a new contract, likely 2 years.



  5. #5
    norelpref
    Guest

    Re: Changing plans in mid contract

    On 19 Nov 2003 21:27:32 -0800, [email protected] (plane) wrote:

    >This has probably been covered, but say you take sprint up on the 7pm
    >night and weekend, which requires a 2 year contract:
    >
    >1) If you needed to change to a different plan,either more or less
    >minutes, would this start another 2 year plan, fromthis chasnge, or
    >does the orginal 2 year plan just stay in effect?
    >

    I started Sprint with a 600 minute plan. Roughly 3 months later I
    switched to a 2000 minute plan. My contract expiration date is still
    at 2 years beyond the original 600 minute plan and I am not paying any
    extra charges (besides the difference in plan price). YMMV

    I kept my same phones so I can not comment on the below.

    >2) What would happen in this scenero? Get a new service, with new
    >phone, take out the $10 option for month to month, if you cancel the
    >contract say in 2 months, do you have to give the phone back? Also
    >the new brochures, don't mention activation fees, sometimes they are
    >free around Christmas?





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