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  1. #1
    Zen Cohen
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    The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?





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    Re: Why would anyone not want to do SERO plan?

    Zen Cohen wrote:
    > The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    > but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    > what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?


    I'm on the equivalent of the SERO plan, having used it as leverage when
    it came time to renew my contract. I haven't found any downside, after
    being on it for 14 months or so.



  3. #3
    GoGoGadgetgirl!
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    Re: Why would anyone not want to do SERO plan?

    On May 19, 11:57 pm, "Zen Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    > but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    > what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?


    There's no downside that I know of! I have yet to see a plan that
    matches SERO and I've been a loyal T-mobile cust. since the omnipoint/
    voicestream days. I've been tempted to get the Q, but I have far too
    many phones and plans.




  4. #4
    GolfGod
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    Re: Why would anyone not want to do SERO plan?


    "Zen Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    > but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    > what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?
    >

    Except that you still have to deal with Sprint CS. They lied to me again.





  5. #5
    Stud Muffin
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    What IS a SERO Plan?








  6. #6

    Re: What IS a SERO Plan?

    Google for "Sprint SERO"



  7. #7
    Michael Raphael
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    Re: Why would anyone not want to do SERO plan?

    Yes, it does seem like a good deal.
    I had received the deal announcement and checked and asked in a local store and they said 'it can't be beat'.
    HOWEVER, I spent at least an hour plus on the phone with two or three different CS types and ended up learning that I could not get the deal because I receive a state employee discount, and of course there was no rationale for their decision other than the computer would not accept it.

    Interestingly the next week I received a mailing offering a few choices of phones, with rebates equaling a free phone, if I re-upped for 2 years. And, this one worked as I just continued my contract with discount.

    So, my thinking is that one needs to keep trying until a CS rep is found that understands the situation and can do it for you.

    Just my opinion.


    "Zen Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:464fc7[email protected]
    The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?





  8. #8
    dafydd
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    Re: Why would anyone not want to do SERO plan?

    The only problem with you signing up with the SERO plan is that you
    are wanting the SERO plan AND your government discount. That is why
    it can't be done. This is not dependent on the agent you speak to,
    this is a matter of what the system will allow when activating a
    plan. My advise is if the SERO plan is a better deal for you than you
    currently get with your discount, then for go your discount and take
    SERO. If not, then keep your Discount.


    On Jun 5, 8:13 am, "Michael Raphael" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Yes, it does seem like a good deal.
    > I had received the deal announcement and checked and asked in a local store and they said 'it can't be beat'.
    > HOWEVER, I spent at least an hour plus on the phone with two or three different CS types and ended up learning that I could not get the deal because I receive a state employee discount, and of course there was no rationale for their decision other than the computer would not accept it.
    >
    > Interestingly the next week I received a mailing offering a few choices of phones, with rebates equaling a free phone, if I re-upped for 2 years. And, this one worked as I just continued my contract with discount.
    >
    > So, my thinking is that one needs to keep trying until a CS rep is found that understands the situation and can do it for you.
    >
    > Just my opinion.
    >
    > "Zen Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in messagenews:[email protected]
    >
    > The SERO plan seems like an amazingly good deal. I'm not a big Sprint fan
    > but if you're going to sign up with Sprint, other than the 2-yr contract,
    > what is the downside to doing a SERO plan?






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