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  1. #1
    Steven Banks
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    Question gang,

    Still with sprint... can't believe it.

    I have a plan (older one), and all three of the phones on the plan are
    eligible for rebates (via checking online with Sprint, each individual phone
    number). Are all three new phones eligible (each) for the $150 rebate under
    a new two year agreement?

    Would I be able to keep my current plan and just extend "it" for two years
    and still be eligible for rebates, or would I have to select an entirely new
    plan?

    Thanks,
    Steve Banks





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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?


    "Steven Banks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Question gang,
    >
    > Still with sprint... can't believe it.
    >
    > I have a plan (older one), and all three of the phones on the plan are
    > eligible for rebates (via checking online with Sprint, each individual
    > phone number). Are all three new phones eligible (each) for the $150
    > rebate under a new two year agreement?


    Yes, they are.

    >
    > Would I be able to keep my current plan and just extend "it" for two years
    > and still be eligible for rebates, or would I have to select an entirely
    > new plan?
    >

    Don't see why you can't keep the same plan as you have now, as long as you
    have Vision on your account now. In saying that, if you are on a real old
    plan, one created prior to when Vision started several years ago, they may
    not be able to add the Vision option codes to your plan, and you will have
    to change to a new one, as Vision is one of the requirements with the
    offered rebates.

    Bob





  3. #3
    Steven Banks
    Guest

    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?

    Thank you so much Bob, it's appreciated!

    Happy & Healthy Holidays to you and your family!

    Steve Banks



    "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Steven Banks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Question gang,
    >>
    >> Still with sprint... can't believe it.
    >>
    >> I have a plan (older one), and all three of the phones on the plan are
    >> eligible for rebates (via checking online with Sprint, each individual
    >> phone number). Are all three new phones eligible (each) for the $150
    >> rebate under a new two year agreement?

    >
    > Yes, they are.
    >
    >>
    >> Would I be able to keep my current plan and just extend "it" for two
    >> years and still be eligible for rebates, or would I have to select an
    >> entirely new plan?
    >>

    > Don't see why you can't keep the same plan as you have now, as long as you
    > have Vision on your account now. In saying that, if you are on a real old
    > plan, one created prior to when Vision started several years ago, they may
    > not be able to add the Vision option codes to your plan, and you will have
    > to change to a new one, as Vision is one of the requirements with the
    > offered rebates.
    >
    > Bob
    >






  4. #4
    Chris Sweeney
    Guest

    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?

    Yes you can keep the plan if it is $34.99/month or higher plan as long
    as you add vision to the plan. Then you can get the rebate on the phones.

    Chris


    Steven Banks wrote:
    > Question gang,
    >
    > Still with sprint... can't believe it.
    >
    > I have a plan (older one), and all three of the phones on the plan are
    > eligible for rebates (via checking online with Sprint, each individual phone
    > number). Are all three new phones eligible (each) for the $150 rebate under
    > a new two year agreement?
    >
    > Would I be able to keep my current plan and just extend "it" for two years
    > and still be eligible for rebates, or would I have to select an entirely new
    > plan?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Steve Banks
    >
    >




  5. #5
    MsftMan
    Guest

    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?


    Chris Sweeney wrote:
    > Yes you can keep the plan if it is $34.99/month or higher plan as long
    > as you add vision to the plan. Then you can get the rebate on the phones.
    >
    > Chris


    Thanks,

    I'm new to the Vision portion, never needed it in all the years I've
    been with Sprint. After the free month, is it $20 a month for the
    entire plan you are on or for each phone?

    Thanks,
    Steve Banks




  6. #6
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?


    "MsftMan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > Chris Sweeney wrote:
    >> Yes you can keep the plan if it is $34.99/month or higher plan as long
    >> as you add vision to the plan. Then you can get the rebate on the
    >> phones.
    >>
    >> Chris

    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > I'm new to the Vision portion, never needed it in all the years I've
    > been with Sprint. After the free month, is it $20 a month for the
    > entire plan you are on or for each phone?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Steve Banks


    Steve, the cost for Vision may depend on which plan you are now, regarding
    the codes to add it to your plan. for yours truly (on a F&C retention plan),
    it was $15.mo. for the first phone and $5/mo for another phone on the
    account. When looking @ SPCS's site right now, by signing on a dummy F & F
    family plan, the initial cost is $10 for the primary phone on the account. I
    didn't check what the cost would be for secondary phones on the account.

    I'd suggest you give SPCS CS a call and see what the expense would be for
    your current plan.

    Bob





  7. #7
    Dan Warren
    Guest

    Re: Three eligible phones - Rebates?

    "MsftMan" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:


    > I'm new to the Vision portion, never needed it in all the years I've
    > been with Sprint. After the free month, is it $20 a month for the
    > entire plan you are on or for each phone?
    >


    If you don't need/want it, wait till you get any rebates and then cancel
    the vision. That's what I did.



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