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  1. #1
    Alexmsu05
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    I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800 anytime,
    3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm off-peak, and long
    distance included for $50 per month. I am looking to buy the new samsung a-620,
    which will require me to switch to a vision plan if I want to access the web.
    If I call retention is it possible to negotiate the plan that I currently have
    plus unlimited vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the same
    content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by vision.

    thanks.



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  2. #2
    O/Siris
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    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    Alexmsu05 wrote:
    > I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800
    > anytime, 3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm
    > off-peak, and long distance included for $50 per month. I am looking
    > to buy the new samsung a-620, which will require me to switch to a
    > vision plan if I want to access the web. If I call retention is it
    > possible to negotiate the plan that I currently have plus unlimited
    > vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the same
    > content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by
    > vision.
    >
    > thanks.


    Probably not, but it can't hurt to try.

    For the most part, what you can access on WW, you can access on Vision.
    MSN/Hotmail is one big exception. They're still working on that. It works
    via a manually entered URL for some, not for others.

    AIM, too, has been problematic since we put it into Vision. That, too, is
    getting attention both from us and from AOL.
    --
    -+-
    R
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint
    I *don't* speak for them





  3. #3
    p lane
    Guest

    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    I don't know what they can you for you, but in about February I added
    vision to an old 8pm plan, which at that time was still only $10 extra,
    I believe is now $15--If you notice, most of the lower volumn plans
    show a $15 charge for vision--just ask for the $15 add on to your
    currrent plan---I had to get a supervisor to fianally suggest doing this
    for my plan-the c/s kept wanting to change my plan--that's a great plan
    you have, might you tell us what plan you had before and sort of how
    the negotiation went--sounds like you did well.

    [email protected] (Alexmsu05) wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800 anytime,
    > 3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm off-peak, and long
    > distance included for $50 per month. I am looking to buy the new samsung a-620,
    > which will require me to switch to a vision plan if I want to access the web.
    > If I call retention is it possible to negotiate the plan that I currently have
    > plus unlimited vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the same
    > content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by vision.
    >
    > thanks.


    [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]



  4. #4
    Alexmsu05
    Guest

    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    I went thru a couple of reps in retention about 2 yrs ago, but finally
    negotiated my current plan and $75 credit toward a new phone. I guess I have
    to call them, to see what they can offer for me, but I would not want to pay
    more than I do now. I hear these days retention got tougher.



  5. #5
    p lane
    Guest

    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    Let us know what you get, but if you look ove the current published
    plane in the $50 month range, the current per minute charge figures at
    about .10/ minute--your rate is a lot better than any I am aware of,
    plus the 8pm nights

    [email protected] (Alexmsu05) wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800 anytime,
    > 3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm off-peak, and long
    > distance included for $50 per month. I am looking to buy the new samsung a-620,
    > which will require me to switch to a vision plan if I want to access the web.
    > If I call retention is it possible to negotiate the plan that I currently have
    > plus unlimited vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the same
    > content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by vision.
    >
    > thanks.


    [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]



  6. #6
    TinMan
    Guest

    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    I just did this 3 days ago. Like you, I have a great plan I negotiated with
    Retention 1 yesr ago. I just bought the Samsung A600. I got the CSR to
    maintain my plan and just add vision to it for $15/month.

    TinMan

    "Alexmsu05" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800

    anytime,
    > 3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm off-peak, and

    long
    > distance included for $50 per month. I am looking to buy the new samsung

    a-620,
    > which will require me to switch to a vision plan if I want to access the

    web.
    > If I call retention is it possible to negotiate the plan that I currently

    have
    > plus unlimited vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the

    same
    > content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by

    vision.
    >
    > thanks.






  7. #7
    analogkid12
    Guest

    Re: switching from non-vision to vision plan

    How do you contact a retention rep? I am at the end of my contract and am
    considering switching carriers, for the right deal, I would stay with
    sprint.


    "Alexmsu05" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I've been with sprint for over 6 yrs. Now on retention plan I get 800

    anytime,
    > 3000 n/w, 500 pcs-pcs, free wireless web option, 8:00 pm off-peak, and

    long
    > distance included for $50 per month. I am looking to buy the new samsung

    a-620,
    > which will require me to switch to a vision plan if I want to access the

    web.
    > If I call retention is it possible to negotiate the plan that I currently

    have
    > plus unlimited vision or better plan for what I am paying now. Also is the

    same
    > content that accesibble by non-vision phone, would be accessible by

    vision.
    >
    > thanks.






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