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  1. #1
    Lawrence Glasser
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    Chris Russell wrote:
    >
    > Some people are still on that plan and I also started on the plan in 98.
    > This was discussed earlier today in mine and Bob Smith's post. It hasn't
    > been offered as a new plan option for a number of years.


    The Pioneer Plan.

    Ah, when I was a kid...

    Larry



    See More: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free




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    SprintingForService
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote in
    news[email protected]:

    > plane <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> FIMF was on my orginal sprint plan, 98 or so--I see some posting
    >> their plan with this - am I reading this right that some folk are
    >> still having this added, etc?

    >
    > Which carrier?
    >
    > None of 'em offer FIMF except Nextel, which offers free incoming on a
    > lot of their plans. And that includes the first minute. But even
    > Nextel does not specifically offer FIMF.


    Howdy Steven;

    Do you have a link for those free incoming calls plans. I only found one which
    would qualify since it's unlimited peak and night time for 200 bucks a month,
    unless wer're talking the unlimited walkie talkie "direct connect" time.



  3. #3
    Steven J Sobol
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    SprintingForService <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Howdy Steven;
    >
    > Do you have a link for those free incoming calls plans.
    > I only found one which
    > would qualify since it's unlimited peak and night time for 200 bucks a month,
    > unless wer're talking the unlimited walkie talkie "direct connect" time.


    No, and my information may be old. I do know for sure that they USED to
    offer unlimited incoming cellular. I'll have to go check Nextel's website.

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  4. #4
    Steven J Sobol
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote:
    > SprintingForService <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Howdy Steven;
    >>
    >> Do you have a link for those free incoming calls plans.
    >> I only found one which
    >> would qualify since it's unlimited peak and night time for 200 bucks a month,
    >> unless wer're talking the unlimited walkie talkie "direct connect" time.

    >
    > No, and my information may be old. I do know for sure that they USED to
    > offer unlimited incoming cellular. I'll have to go check Nextel's website.


    Found them!

    Nextel Free Incoming plans are what I was talking about. Go to the website,
    plug in 92307 as the zip code and check out the list of plans.

    This, specifically, is the list of plans for Nextel's San Diego market,
    which includes San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Barstow, and the Victor
    Valley (which is where I am).

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    22674 Motnocab Road * Apple Valley, CA 92307-1950
    Steve Sobol, Geek In Charge * 888.480.4NET (4638) * [email protected]




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    plane
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    Lawrence Glasser <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Chris Russell wrote:
    > >
    > > Some people are still on that plan and I also started on the plan in 98.
    > > This was discussed earlier today in mine and Bob Smith's post. It hasn't
    > > been offered as a new plan option for a number of years.

    >
    > The Pioneer Plan.
    >
    > Ah, when I was a kid...
    >
    > Larry


    I was in a sprint store today, looking at a 5500 and when I went to
    the *2 playing with the account details, it surprised me to find in
    the usuage details, a line labeled "unlimited incoming minutes" or
    something to that effect.
    The account name was "store demo" account

    As I mentioned, I believe I have seen recent posts of fokks somehow
    having them added????



  6. #6
    SprintingForService
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    Steven J Sobol

    > SprintingForService <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Howdy Steven;
    >>
    >> Do you have a link for those free incoming calls plans.
    >> I only found one which
    >> would qualify since it's unlimited peak and night time for 200 bucks
    >> a month, unless wer're talking the unlimited walkie talkie "direct
    >> connect" time.

    >
    > No, and my information may be old. I do know for sure that they USED
    > to offer unlimited incoming cellular. I'll have to go check Nextel's
    > website.
    >


    Hi Steven;

    I saw a few of them off one site, not the nextel site, Unfortunately I
    didn't keep the link.

    Going from memory they seemed to be the higher end plans, and I didn't have
    time at the time to check out all the stipulations on the plans.



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    SprintingForService
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    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    [email protected]
    >
    > I was in a sprint store today, looking at a 5500 and when I went to
    > the *2 playing with the account details, it surprised me to find in
    > the usuage details, a line labeled "unlimited incoming minutes" or
    > something to that effect.
    > The account name was "store demo" account
    >
    > As I mentioned, I believe I have seen recent posts of fokks somehow
    > having them added????
    >


    Howdy Plane;

    Thanks.

    I would definetly like to hear more details on this if anyone has any.



  8. #8
    SprintingForService
    Guest

    Re: FIMF-First Incoming Minute Free

    Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> SprintingForService <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Howdy Steven;
    >>>
    >>> Do you have a link for those free incoming calls plans.
    >>> I only found one which
    >>> would qualify since it's unlimited peak and night time for 200 bucks
    >>> a month, unless wer're talking the unlimited walkie talkie "direct
    >>> connect" time.

    >>
    >> No, and my information may be old. I do know for sure that they USED
    >> to offer unlimited incoming cellular. I'll have to go check Nextel's
    >> website.

    >
    > Found them!
    >
    > Nextel Free Incoming plans are what I was talking about. Go to the
    > website, plug in 92307 as the zip code and check out the list of
    > plans.
    >
    > This, specifically, is the list of plans for Nextel's San Diego
    > market, which includes San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Barstow, and
    > the Victor Valley (which is where I am).
    >



    Those aren't bad deals if there are no added stipulations on the incomming
    calls free. I like.


    "Nextel Free Incoming Plans - All incoming calls are free. Includes Anytime
    minutes, Nationwide Long Distance and Unlimited Direct ConnectSM. Plus,
    receive Unlimited Night and Weekend minutes when you purchase either
    Unlimited Nationwide Direct Connect or Unlimited Nationwide Direct Connect
    w/Two-Way Messaging."



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