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  1. #1
    Mark L.
    Guest
    Hi all,

    I have heard from a couple different people on the net and in person that
    they were able to get 750 AT and Unlimited N/W for $40. I don't see this
    plan listed on the Sprint PCS website, so I guess it's either an
    unadvertised plan or a retention plan.

    If I were able to get this plan, it would be a considerable jump from my 300
    minutes, unlimited N/W for $30. My question is, is this a retention plan?
    What are my chances of getting this plan if I call *2?

    Thanks,

    Mark L







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  2. #2
    The Supreme Enchanter
    Guest

    Re: phone plans

    the FAQ has the listed plans. None of these are on their website. If you
    find any others, let me know here.


    "Mark L." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:NQ05c.20670$%[email protected]
    > Hi all,
    >
    > I have heard from a couple different people on the net and in person that
    > they were able to get 750 AT and Unlimited N/W for $40. I don't see this
    > plan listed on the Sprint PCS website, so I guess it's either an
    > unadvertised plan or a retention plan.
    >
    > If I were able to get this plan, it would be a considerable jump from my

    300
    > minutes, unlimited N/W for $30. My question is, is this a retention plan?
    > What are my chances of getting this plan if I call *2?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Mark L
    >
    >
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: phone plans

    In article <NQ05c.20670$%[email protected]>,
    "Mark L." <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi all,
    >
    > I have heard from a couple different people on the net and in person that
    > they were able to get 750 AT and Unlimited N/W for $40. I don't see this
    > plan listed on the Sprint PCS website, so I guess it's either an
    > unadvertised plan or a retention plan.
    >
    > If I were able to get this plan, it would be a considerable jump from my 300
    > minutes, unlimited N/W for $30. My question is, is this a retention plan?
    > What are my chances of getting this plan if I call *2?


    3 chances. Slim, none, and your wildest fantasizes.

    If you are out of Contract, then you'd call Cancellation, at
    1-866-207-7913, and discuss what they could offer you for you to renew
    your contract.

    The longer you've been a customer, and the better your payment history
    the better chance it seems that gives you.



  4. #4
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: phone plans


    "The Supreme Enchanter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > the FAQ has the listed plans. None of these are on their website. If you
    > find any others, let me know here.
    >


    OK-here is a prime example of you not listening to people when they have
    pointed out inaccuracies in your document. All commercially available rate
    plans are listed on sprintpcs.com.This was pointed out at least a half dozen
    times (by different people) before you posted this. Retention plans will
    never be posted (out of sound business practice), and Sprint (or any other
    carrier) is under absolutely no obligation to offer any of the rumored
    retention plans, which can change without notice.





  5. #5
    Mark L.
    Guest

    Re: phone plans


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message news:rmarkoff-


    > 3 chances. Slim, none, and your wildest fantasizes.
    >
    > If you are out of Contract, then you'd call Cancellation, at
    > 1-866-207-7913, and discuss what they could offer you for you to renew
    > your contract.
    >
    > The longer you've been a customer, and the better your payment history
    > the better chance it seems that gives you.


    Well, I wanted to call sprint about possibly updating my PRL updated. Since
    I was on the phone with the rep, I asked about the plan. At first he tried
    to play dumb and offered me the 500 minute plan. I told him I didn't want
    that plan and that if I changed to any other plan, it would be the plan that
    I orginally asked for. He suddenly became more knowledgable about the plan
    I was referring to and told me it was a retention plan. He asked me to hold
    for a couple minutes to see if I qualified for the plan or not. I didn't
    think he would give me the plan because for one, I renewed for 2 years with
    the 7PM option, and I've been late paying my bill on a handful of occasions
    for various reasons including having my phone service temporarily suspended
    pending payment. So, admittedly I don't have the best credit history with
    Sprint PCS. Much to my suprise, he came back onto the line and said I could
    have the plan.

    So, now I have:
    750 AT Minutes
    Unlimited N/W
    Unlimited PCS-PCS
    $40/Month.

    I was so excited about getting the plan that I forgot to ask if I get the
    7PM nights included in that price, or if it's going to continue to be an
    additional $5/month. I'm going to call in the next day or two to find out
    for sure. I suspect that my final bill will be with an additional $5
    charge, thus making my plan worth $45/Month.

    It pays to ask Sprint for what you want, regardless of the situation. The
    worst they can say is "no".

    Mark L.





  6. #6
    Mark L.
    Guest

    Re: phone plans


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <NQ05c.20670$%[email protected]>,


    > 3 chances. Slim, none, and your wildest fantasizes.
    >
    > If you are out of Contract, then you'd call Cancellation, at
    > 1-866-207-7913, and discuss what they could offer you for you to renew
    > your contract.
    >
    > The longer you've been a customer, and the better your payment history
    > the better chance it seems that gives you.



    I got an email from Sprint today:



    Account Number:
    **********
    Customer Name:
    ******* ******

    PCS Phone:
    SANYO® SCP-4900

    PCS Phone Number:
    (***) ***-****
    Monthly Recurring Charge*:

    $40
    Service Plan Effective Date:

    03-31-2004
    Contract:
    PCS ADVANTAGE AGREEMENT

    Contract Start Date:
    03-31-2004
    Contract End Date:
    03-31-2006
    Early Termination Fee:
    $150
    Account Spending Limit:
    $200




    Now I have to decide if I want to keep the 7PM nights option. It's
    only one more hour and I think 8PM will do me just as good. I also need to
    find out for sure about PCS-PCS minutes, because I previously had them
    included as part of my original 2 yr contract, and I was under the
    impression that that aspect wasn't changing. I'm also dumping vision at the
    end of the supposed 2 month free trial ends.

    Mark PCS Service Plan:


    750 ANYTIME MINUTES
    UNLIMITED NIGHT & WEEKEND MINUTES
    NIGHTS: M-TH 8PM-7AM WKND: F 8PM-M 7AM
    ALL MINUTES INCLUDE LONG DISTANCE
    CALLER ID, CALL WAITING
    THREE-WAY CALLING
    VOICEMAIL

    Additional Services:


    NIGHTS MINUTES - NOW STARTING AT 7PM
    PCS TO PCS CALLING SERVICE CHARGE
    PCS VISION PREMIUM PACK






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  7. #7
    Mark L.
    Guest

    Re: phone plans


    "Mark L." <[email protected]> wrote in message news:MD86c.45821

    sorry for the butchered response, I tried to copy and paste from my email
    and it didn't work so well.

    Mark L.





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