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  1. #1
    nativenyerintexas
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    I just opened this month's bill and found they charged me $13 more than last
    month. I was getting Vision for free on a 1,000 $40 plan but now they're
    charging me for it. They never changed my plan before when the contract was
    up so why are they doing it now?

    Anyway, I tried to call them and I also come to find out they are no longer
    taking calls 24/7. What the heck is going on with Sprint? Less service and
    charging more money?

    My question: What are the current offers out there for signing up for a new
    contract. For the most part I usually sign up for one year and last year
    they gave me 1,000 minutes, N&W starting at 8:00PM and free Vision. for $40.
    Is that still doable these days? It pisses me off I got a bill this month
    for over $60 for what I was paying $47 for the past year.





    See More: Retention plans???




  2. #2
    nativenyerintexas
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    Re: Retention plans???

    Oh, I forgot to ask this. Is there a particular phone number to call these
    days? I have in my Palm address book the phone number for the Retention Dept
    but I got something else. 866-571-0882

    "nativenyerintexas" <nativenyerintexas @yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I just opened this month's bill and found they charged me $13 more than

    last
    > month. I was getting Vision for free on a 1,000 $40 plan but now they're
    > charging me for it. They never changed my plan before when the contract

    was
    > up so why are they doing it now?
    >
    > Anyway, I tried to call them and I also come to find out they are no

    longer
    > taking calls 24/7. What the heck is going on with Sprint? Less service and
    > charging more money?
    >
    > My question: What are the current offers out there for signing up for a

    new
    > contract. For the most part I usually sign up for one year and last year
    > they gave me 1,000 minutes, N&W starting at 8:00PM and free Vision. for

    $40.
    > Is that still doable these days? It pisses me off I got a bill this month
    > for over $60 for what I was paying $47 for the past year.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Joel Koltner
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    Re: Retention plans???

    "nativenyerintexas" <nativenyerintexas @yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > My question: What are the current offers out there for signing up for a new
    > contract. For the most part I usually sign up for one year and last year
    > they gave me 1,000 minutes, N&W starting at 8:00PM and free Vision. for $40.
    > Is that still doable these days?


    Not as a regular deal, although retention might do that for you.

    About the best "regular deal" plan is probably Sprint's SERO:
    http://delivery.sprint.com/m/p/sprin...epclanding.asp (which can be used by
    anyone these days, not just those referred by Sprint employees).

    ---Joel





  4. #4
    TL Mitchell
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    Re: Retention plans???

    "schrodinger's cat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Mon, 14 Apr 2008 10:12:58 -0700 "Joel Koltner"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>About the best "regular deal" plan is probably Sprint's SERO:
    >>http://delivery.sprint.com/m/p/sprin...epclanding.asp (which can be
    >>used by
    >>anyone these days, not just those referred by Sprint employees).

    >
    > Joel, how do you get a SERO plan without an employee referral? The page
    > you referenced requires one to fill in an employee email address.


    There's sprint.com addys all over if you're up to a little Googling.
    Employee's aren't consulted nor does anyone seem to keep track or care. Just
    for grins I used what I figured was probably the CEO's e-mail. It worked
    fine.

    Tons of info at www.sprintusers.com

    TL





  5. #5
    GolfGod
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    Re: Retention plans???


    "schrodinger's cat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon, 14 Apr 2008 10:12:58 -0700 "Joel Koltner"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>About the best "regular deal" plan is probably Sprint's SERO:
    >>http://delivery.sprint.com/m/p/sprin...epclanding.asp (which can be
    >>used by
    >>anyone these days, not just those referred by Sprint employees).

    >
    > Joel, how do you get a SERO plan without an employee referral? The page
    > you referenced requires one to fill in an employee email address.
    > --
    > schrodinger's cat


    [email protected] worked as of last week. Ken





  6. #6
    Joel Koltner
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    Re: Retention plans???

    "schrodinger's cat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Joel, how do you get a SERO plan without an employee referral? The page
    > you referenced requires one to fill in an employee email address.


    See here: http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/680568/

    ---Joel





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