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  1. #16
    Bob Smith
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    Re: HAs anyone called SPRINT PCS CUST CARE AND GOTTEN A REP IN Minellia?


    "Jerome Zelinske" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Sure you can start up a separate new plan with a new phone, but it
    > would not be at Add-a-phone rates. As for not keeping the old plan,
    > what about when the old non vision phone won't work any more? Or if you
    > find you need more minutes.


    Jerome, it's fully possible to have more than one plan under one account.
    No, it wouldn't be at add a phone rates, as they wouldn't need an
    add-a-phone. They've already got two phones, each under a separate plan. If
    it comes time that the original posters to this thread, with the old plans,
    find the need for more minutes, they can cancel the old plan and convert the
    new plan to an add-a-phone account.

    As for the phone crapping out on the original plan, all one would have to do
    is get another phone and do an ESN swap. That doesn't affect the plan they
    are on, if they don't take the $150 credit.

    Bob





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  2. #17
    Steve Sobol
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    Re: HAs anyone called SPRINT PCS CUST CARE AND GOTTEN A REP IN Minellia?

    Bob Smith wrote:

    >>Sure you can start up a separate new plan with a new phone, but it
    >>would not be at Add-a-phone rates. As for not keeping the old plan,
    >>what about when the old non vision phone won't work any more? Or if you
    >>find you need more minutes.

    >
    > Jerome, it's fully possible to have more than one plan under one account.


    I have two separate non-shared plans on mine. My wife is on the
    no-longer-offered $30/300 plan. $35 total, plus taxes, for that plus
    unlimited PCS-PCS. I pay $70 for Fair and Flexible with 700 base minutes. If
    she switched to a shared plan, the amount of money we'd save, if any, would
    be negligible. And I don't think we'd save anything. It's what, $20 for the
    shared line...? We might or might not need more than the 700 minutes we
    have, but I feel more comfortable with her having a separate bucket. (Even
    though she primarily uses PCS-PCS.)

    > As for the phone crapping out on the original plan, all one would have to do
    > is get another phone and do an ESN swap. That doesn't affect the plan they
    > are on, if they don't take the $150 credit.


    But if they want the $150 credit, the ESN swap resets the clock. Then they
    have to wait another 18 months. (This is a definitive answer I got from an
    Executive Services rep.)

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  3. #18
    Jerome Zelinske
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    Re: HAs anyone called SPRINT PCS CUST CARE AND GOTTEN A REP IN Minellia?

    It is $70 for 800 minutes and the second line is free. But what I was
    saying is that the other poster could not Add-a-phone the the 30/300
    plan. And if the old non Vision phone does not work anymore, replacing
    it with a Vision phone, most of the phones available to do the
    replacement are, then the old plan would have to be replaced by a Vision
    plan, even if it is a per KB plan.



    Steve Sobol wrote:
    > Bob Smith wrote:
    >
    >>> Sure you can start up a separate new plan with a new phone, but it
    >>> would not be at Add-a-phone rates. As for not keeping the old plan,
    >>> what about when the old non vision phone won't work any more? Or if you
    >>> find you need more minutes.

    >>
    >>
    >> Jerome, it's fully possible to have more than one plan under one account.

    >
    >
    > I have two separate non-shared plans on mine. My wife is on the
    > no-longer-offered $30/300 plan. $35 total, plus taxes, for that plus
    > unlimited PCS-PCS. I pay $70 for Fair and Flexible with 700 base
    > minutes. If she switched to a shared plan, the amount of money we'd
    > save, if any, would be negligible. And I don't think we'd save anything.
    > It's what, $20 for the shared line...? We might or might not need more
    > than the 700 minutes we have, but I feel more comfortable with her
    > having a separate bucket. (Even though she primarily uses PCS-PCS.)
    >
    >> As for the phone crapping out on the original plan, all one would have
    >> to do
    >> is get another phone and do an ESN swap. That doesn't affect the plan
    >> they
    >> are on, if they don't take the $150 credit.

    >
    >
    > But if they want the $150 credit, the ESN swap resets the clock. Then
    > they have to wait another 18 months. (This is a definitive answer I got
    > from an Executive Services rep.)
    >




  4. #19
    Bob Smith
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    Re: HAs anyone called SPRINT PCS CUST CARE AND GOTTEN A REP IN Minellia?


    "Jerome Zelinske" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > It is $70 for 800 minutes and the second line is free. But what I was
    > saying is that the other poster could not Add-a-phone the the 30/300
    > plan. And if the old non Vision phone does not work anymore, replacing
    > it with a Vision phone, most of the phones available to do the
    > replacement are, then the old plan would have to be replaced by a Vision
    > plan, even if it is a per KB plan.


    All that is a given ... however, there are phones that are not programmed
    with Vision, and there are a ton of used phones available on eBay and other
    sources ...

    Bob





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