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  1. #1
    P.Schuman
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    >> ok... my kid thinks he wants the new VZ Voyager.
    >> SO - what are the layers of plans that we need to investigate ?
    >> basic voice - basic data - higher speed data surfing - etc
    >> vs - really burning up megabytes...and minutes...
    >>
    >>
    >>

    > First off, is he going to be the only one on Verizon?
    >
    > I am currently the only one on my Verizon bill, pay $70 a month for 450
    > Minutes (the "Basic" plan, unlimited IN), 500 txt/pix/flix messages
    > (unlimited IN), VCast VPak (unlimited data), and some $5 insurance thingy.
    >
    > If I wanted to, I could upgrade from Basic to Premium (still 450 minutes,
    > unlimited IN), get unlimited txt/pix/flix, unlimited data, VZNav, Mobile
    > Email, and the insurance thing for $85 a month
    >
    > (add $7-10 for taxes and such)


    Look at Sprint's SERO plan: 500 anytime, 7pm nite/weekends, unlimited
    web/text/pics, all for $30 month. Add $7 for taxes. Oh, the unlimited
    data/web doesn't mean they'll cut you off after 5gb like VZ either. Also no
    VUI, or crippled handsets.






    See More: SERO data plans?




  2. #2
    GolfGod
    Guest

    Re: SERO data plans?


    "P.Schuman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > snip'd from the VZ newsgroup
    >
    >>> ok... my kid thinks he wants the new VZ Voyager.
    >>> SO - what are the layers of plans that we need to investigate ?
    >>> basic voice - basic data - higher speed data surfing - etc
    >>> vs - really burning up megabytes...and minutes...
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >> First off, is he going to be the only one on Verizon?
    >>
    >> I am currently the only one on my Verizon bill, pay $70 a month for 450
    >> Minutes (the "Basic" plan, unlimited IN), 500 txt/pix/flix messages
    >> (unlimited IN), VCast VPak (unlimited data), and some $5 insurance
    >> thingy.
    >>
    >> If I wanted to, I could upgrade from Basic to Premium (still 450 minutes,
    >> unlimited IN), get unlimited txt/pix/flix, unlimited data, VZNav, Mobile
    >> Email, and the insurance thing for $85 a month
    >>
    >> (add $7-10 for taxes and such)

    >
    > Look at Sprint's SERO plan: 500 anytime, 7pm nite/weekends, unlimited
    > web/text/pics, all for $30 month. Add $7 for taxes. Oh, the unlimited
    > data/web doesn't mean they'll cut you off after 5gb like VZ either. Also
    > no
    > VUI, or crippled handsets.
    >
    >

    sprint.com/sero
    You will need to type in the email address of a sprint rep (you can google
    one, or grab a business card @ your local sprint store) and your zipcode to
    make sure they have the SERO plan in your area. If so, there is no carrier
    who will compete with this plan. When I left Verizon in August, it would
    have cost me $90 to replicate it, and that was with 9pm nite and weekends
    not 7. They do not offer family plans, so each line will cost you the same.
    My bill is $108 after taxes for 3 lines.





  3. #3
    none
    Guest

    Re: SERO data plans?

    "GolfGod" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > You will need to type in the email address of a sprint rep (you can google
    > one, or grab a business card @ your local sprint store)


    [email protected] should work until December 25.

    ~None





  4. #4
    Michael N. Paris
    Guest

    Re: SERO data plans?


    "none" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "GolfGod" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> You will need to type in the email address of a sprint rep (you can
    >> google one, or grab a business card @ your local sprint store)

    >
    > [email protected] should work until December 25.
    >
    > ~None

    [email protected] still works too.




  5. #5
    Steve Sobol
    Guest

    Re: SERO data plans?

    On 2007-12-15, Michael N. Paris <[email protected]> wrote:

    > [email protected] still works too.


    I doubt it. Might work better if you ***** the last name correctly: Forsee.


    --
    Steve Sobol, Victorville, CA PGP:0xE3AE35ED www.SteveSobol.com
    Geek-for-hire. Details: http://www.linkedin.com/in/stevesobol




  6. #6
    DTC
    Guest

    Re: SERO data plans?

    Michael N. Paris wrote:
    > [email protected] still works too.


    HAHAHAHA... sounds like the email sysadmins aren't in sync with HR.



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