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  1. #1
    Newguy
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    I just picked up a RL2500 and a VM4500... the 4500 is the absolute clearest,
    highest signal holding, all around kick ass phone that I've ever seen (not
    counting my Treo 600 but it's in a different class).

    I just replaced two of my add a phones on my account with these two phones,
    but was just looking at the website about the rebates offered on the 2500 on
    a new line of service. I know an add a phone qualifies for a new line of
    service, but I have 3 lines now and don't qualify for any more they say
    right now. Since I don't care about the phone numbers on the two add a
    phones, could I have cancelled the add a phones then added two add a phones
    with these two phones with new numbers and be elgible for the rebates? The
    website doesn't show a rebate for the 4500 but they advertised it in the
    local store.





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  2. #2
    Eric Chew
    Guest

    Re: quest about rebates - if u're around rob u may know

    You should be all set. Just make sure that the number's you're canceling
    aren't still under contract. I've done this in the past with no problem.
    The rebates are keyed to the phone number, so I don't see an issue.

    ---
    Eric

    "Newguy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I just picked up a RL2500 and a VM4500... the 4500 is the absolute

    clearest,
    > highest signal holding, all around kick ass phone that I've ever seen (not
    > counting my Treo 600 but it's in a different class).
    >
    > I just replaced two of my add a phones on my account with these two

    phones,
    > but was just looking at the website about the rebates offered on the 2500

    on
    > a new line of service. I know an add a phone qualifies for a new line of
    > service, but I have 3 lines now and don't qualify for any more they say
    > right now. Since I don't care about the phone numbers on the two add a
    > phones, could I have cancelled the add a phones then added two add a

    phones
    > with these two phones with new numbers and be elgible for the rebates?

    The
    > website doesn't show a rebate for the 4500 but they advertised it in the
    > local store.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    newguy
    Guest

    Re: quest about rebates - if u're around rob u may know

    cool... i think i'm gonna go back and check on that then.

    thanks.


    "Eric Chew" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s01...
    > You should be all set. Just make sure that the number's you're canceling
    > aren't still under contract. I've done this in the past with no problem.
    > The rebates are keyed to the phone number, so I don't see an issue.
    >
    > ---
    > Eric
    >
    > "Newguy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I just picked up a RL2500 and a VM4500... the 4500 is the absolute

    > clearest,
    > > highest signal holding, all around kick ass phone that I've ever seen

    (not
    > > counting my Treo 600 but it's in a different class).
    > >
    > > I just replaced two of my add a phones on my account with these two

    > phones,
    > > but was just looking at the website about the rebates offered on the

    2500
    > on
    > > a new line of service. I know an add a phone qualifies for a new line

    of
    > > service, but I have 3 lines now and don't qualify for any more they say
    > > right now. Since I don't care about the phone numbers on the two add a
    > > phones, could I have cancelled the add a phones then added two add a

    > phones
    > > with these two phones with new numbers and be elgible for the rebates?

    > The
    > > website doesn't show a rebate for the 4500 but they advertised it in the
    > > local store.
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  4. #4
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: quest about rebates - if u're around rob u may know

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    [email protected] says...
    > I just picked up a RL2500 and a VM4500... the 4500 is the absolute cleare=

    st,
    > highest signal holding, all around kick ass phone that I've ever seen (no=

    t
    > counting my Treo 600 but it's in a different class).
    >=20
    > I just replaced two of my add a phones on my account with these two phone=

    s,
    > but was just looking at the website about the rebates offered on the 2500=

    on
    > a new line of service. I know an add a phone qualifies for a new line of
    > service, but I have 3 lines now and don't qualify for any more they say
    > right now. Since I don't care about the phone numbers on the two add a
    > phones, could I have cancelled the add a phones then added two add a phon=

    es
    > with these two phones with new numbers and be elgible for the rebates? T=

    he
    > website doesn't show a rebate for the 4500 but they advertised it in the
    > local store.


    What Eric said, basically. If you're willing to lose the=20
    old numbers, you're free to cancel them out, and then sign=20
    up whole new phone numbers with us, and get the instant=20
    rebates on those new subscriptions.

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



  5. #5
    Jerome Zelinske
    Guest

    Re: quest about rebates - if u're around rob u may know

    Although now new Add-a-phones require an Advantage Agreement.
    Personally I do not care. I expect to have Sprint PCS service for the
    next 20 years.


    O/Siris wrote:

    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] says...
    >
    >>I just picked up a RL2500 and a VM4500... the 4500 is the absolute clearest,
    >>highest signal holding, all around kick ass phone that I've ever seen (not
    >>counting my Treo 600 but it's in a different class).
    >>
    >>I just replaced two of my add a phones on my account with these two phones,
    >>but was just looking at the website about the rebates offered on the 2500 on
    >>a new line of service. I know an add a phone qualifies for a new line of
    >>service, but I have 3 lines now and don't qualify for any more they say
    >>right now. Since I don't care about the phone numbers on the two add a
    >>phones, could I have cancelled the add a phones then added two add a phones
    >>with these two phones with new numbers and be elgible for the rebates? The
    >>website doesn't show a rebate for the 4500 but they advertised it in the
    >>local store.

    >
    >
    > What Eric said, basically. If you're willing to lose the
    > old numbers, you're free to cancel them out, and then sign
    > up whole new phone numbers with us, and get the instant
    > rebates on those new subscriptions.
    >





  6. #6
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: quest about rebates - if u're around rob u may know

    In article <[email protected]>,=20
    [email protected] says...
    > Although now new Add-a-phones require an Advantage Agreement.=20
    > Personally I do not care. I expect to have Sprint PCS service for the=20
    > next 20 years.
    >=20
    >=20


    Well... they don't *require* them. You can accept the $10/month premium=20
    and stay month-to-month

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