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  1. #1
    Antonio
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    I have the 2,000 AT mins with unlimited pcs-pcs and unlimited night and
    weekends for $100.00. Since I have a plan that over 2,000 mins, I do not pay
    for Vision. When I called to add Ready Link they told be I had to pay $15.00 a
    month for it. I explained that I ready in their ad that if I have Vision that
    I would only have to pay $5.00. They said they can not honor that because I am
    not paying for Vision. Anyone know anything about this? Am I stuck paying the
    $15.00 or should I ***** and get the $5.00 rate. Please let me know! I also
    have two add-a-phones on the account? If they get a ready link phone do I have
    to pay the MRC all over again? Please let me know!



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  2. #2
    Antonio
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    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link

    Well, I called back and got it for $5.00 a month. It took like two managers to
    get it going though. I also am looking into getting a $150.00 service credit.
    There is posting on
    http://www.sprint.com/pcsbusiness/pr...ink/plans.html
    that says you can get a $150.00 service credit for trying Ready Link! Might
    want to call and inquire about this before they take it off the web site1



  3. #3
    Joel Horner
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    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link

    Antonio <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Well, I called back and got it for $5.00 a month. It took like two
    > managers to get it going though. I also am looking into getting a $150.00
    > service credit. There is posting on
    > http://www.sprint.com/pcsbusiness/pr...adylink/plans.
    > html that says you can get a $150.00 service credit for trying Ready Link!
    > Might want to call and inquire about this before they take it off the web
    > site1


    I see that it says one is eligible for a $150 service credit if a
    two-year Advantage Agreement is signed. It doesn't really imply that
    just trying ReadyLink qualifies for this service credit. Perhaps what
    you saw was already removed.

    Joel



  4. #4
    T. Loso
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    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link

    Actually Readylink is free on plans over $100 I have it on my account.

    "Antonio" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Well, I called back and got it for $5.00 a month. It took like two

    managers to
    > get it going though. I also am looking into getting a $150.00 service

    credit.
    > There is posting on
    >

    http://www.sprint.com/pcsbusiness/pr...ink/plans.html
    > that says you can get a $150.00 service credit for trying Ready Link!

    Might
    > want to call and inquire about this before they take it off the web site1






  5. #5
    Antonio
    Guest

    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link

    really I have to check into that!



  6. #6
    Antonio
    Guest

    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link

    click on the link and it says right on top around the $150.00 service credit!
    Still there as of 11-29-03 at 12:23PST



  7. #7
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Question about Vision Plan and Ready Link


    "Antonio" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > click on the link and it says right on top around the $150.00 service

    credit!
    > Still there as of 11-29-03 at 12:23PST


    Antonio, how about including those comments from the prior poster that you
    are replying to?

    For those of us who only show unread messages, we don't know what you are
    replying to, save for what's in the subject line.

    Bob





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