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  1. #1
    Oliver Cromwell
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    I currently have a Sanyo 4900 on a one year plan that has been renewed once
    so far and I am looking to replace it with a flip phone. My usage is voice
    only with no desire for pictures, ReadyLink, or other bells and whistles. I
    was thinking of a Motorola V60 at renewal time but does anyone have a better
    suggestion? The Sanyo has done a good job here about 20 miles SW of Grand
    Rapids.

    Would I need to go into a Sprint store to get the new phone to *replace* the
    old one or can that be done online? I don't think that I can get the $150
    rebate on the V60 because my plan is $30 for 300 minutes and is one year at
    a time.


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    "If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without
    bloodshed,if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not
    too costly,you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with
    all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival.There may
    even be a worse case;you may have to fight when there is no hope of
    victory,because it is better to perish than to live as slaves."
    ---Winston Churchill





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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Replacing A Sanyo 4900


    "Oliver Cromwell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I currently have a Sanyo 4900 on a one year plan that has been renewed

    once
    > so far and I am looking to replace it with a flip phone. My usage is

    voice
    > only with no desire for pictures, ReadyLink, or other bells and whistles.

    I
    > was thinking of a Motorola V60 at renewal time but does anyone have a

    better
    > suggestion? The Sanyo has done a good job here about 20 miles SW of Grand
    > Rapids.
    >
    > Would I need to go into a Sprint store to get the new phone to *replace*

    the
    > old one or can that be done online? I don't think that I can get the $150
    > rebate on the V60 because my plan is $30 for 300 minutes and is one year

    at
    > a time.


    Yea, you won't qualify for the rebate, as your plan is below SPCS's $35
    threshold.

    As to where you get your phone, you can get anywhere it's sold. At an SPCS
    store, on line, Best Buy, etc.

    Bob





  3. #3
    RÝbert M.
    Guest

    Re: Replacing A Sanyo 4900

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Oliver Cromwell" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I currently have a Sanyo 4900 on a one year plan that has been renewed once
    > so far and I am looking to replace it with a flip phone. My usage is voice
    > only with no desire for pictures, ReadyLink, or other bells and whistles. I
    > was thinking of a Motorola V60 at renewal time but does anyone have a better
    > suggestion? The Sanyo has done a good job here about 20 miles SW of Grand
    > Rapids.
    >
    > Would I need to go into a Sprint store to get the new phone to *replace* the
    > old one or can that be done online? I don't think that I can get the $150
    > rebate on the V60 because my plan is $30 for 300 minutes and is one year at
    > a time.


    Dont assume you'll be denied. Write to [email protected]
    and ask them if you agreed to a 2 year contract would they
    get you a v60 for free?

    It's called negotiating, and if you dont ask, you wont get.



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