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  1. #1
    Matt
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    i see that virgin mobile is the sprint pcs prepaid. does anyone know if the
    "top up" cards have expiration dates (like you have to buy another card in a
    certain amount of days or else your account is terminated)? im in new
    england if that makes a difference.

    tia





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  2. #2
    Phil Schuman
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    Re: sprint prepaid-- virgin mobile? question

    the VM account must have "top up" activity every 90 days -
    that's why we acquired one for the house,
    since the other carriers force an update every 45 days...

    not sure if the card itself has an expiration date -

    "Matt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > i see that virgin mobile is the sprint pcs prepaid. does anyone know

    if the
    > "top up" cards have expiration dates (like you have to buy another

    card in a
    > certain amount of days or else your account is terminated)? im in new
    > england if that makes a difference.
    >
    > tia
    >
    >






  3. #3
    exit
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    Re: sprint prepaid-- virgin mobile? question


    Did you see this on the net or in the sprint store do you have a link
    for the sprint prepaid virgin
    I did read someplace that you get charged for a call even if the party
    your calling does not pick up but it does look like it is one of the
    cheapest prepaid plans around right now

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  4. #4
    CA was in NJ
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    Re: sprint prepaid-- virgin mobile? question

    exit wrote:

    >Did you see this on the net or in the sprint store do you have a link
    >for the sprint prepaid virgin


    The card itself has an expiration date. It usually it about a year and a
    half from the current date. This is independent of the expiration of the
    time when actually added to the phone, of course.


    >I did read someplace that you get charged for a call even if the party
    >your calling does not pick up but it does look like it is one of the
    >cheapest prepaid plans around right now


    It works the same as a landline (long distance) call for me. If you hang up
    while the other phone is ringing, you don't get charged. Once something
    other than a ring signal is heard, you get charged.




  5. #5
    CA was in NJ
    Guest

    Re: sprint prepaid-- virgin mobile? question

    exit wrote:

    >Did you see this on the net or in the sprint store do you have a link
    >for the sprint prepaid virgin


    The card itself has an expiration date. It usually it about a year and a
    half from the current date. This is independent of the expiration of the
    time when actually added to the phone, of course.


    >I did read someplace that you get charged for a call even if the party
    >your calling does not pick up but it does look like it is one of the
    >cheapest prepaid plans around right now


    It works the same as a landline (long distance) call for me. If you hang up
    while the other phone is ringing, you don't get charged. Once something
    other than a ring signal is heard, you get charged.




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