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  1. #1
    Brian Hilsgen
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    I currently have a 5% discount on my Sprint PCS plan each month because I
    bank with USAA. I am considering changing to a bank that offers no discount
    for Sprint PCS services. Will Sprint PCS find out that I am no longer
    eligible for that discount if I switch, or if I keep my mouth shut will I be
    able to continue getting that discount for years to come? Would they ever
    try to collect back-pay if they found out years down the road from now?

    Thanks,

    Brian





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  2. #2
    Rod
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    Re: Sprint Discount Plans

    Brian Hilsgen wrote:
    > I currently have a 5% discount on my Sprint PCS plan each month
    > because I bank with USAA. I am considering changing to a bank that
    > offers no discount for Sprint PCS services. Will Sprint PCS find out
    > that I am no longer eligible for that discount if I switch, or if I
    > keep my mouth shut will I be able to continue getting that discount
    > for years to come? Would they ever try to collect back-pay if they
    > found out years down the road from now?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Brian


    No they won't. You could leave it open with a dollar in it.





  3. #3
    Rod
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    Re: Sprint Discount Plans

    Jesse wrote:
    > "Rod" <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]
    > 57098.news.uni-berlin.de:
    >
    >> Brian Hilsgen wrote:
    >>> I currently have a 5% discount on my Sprint PCS plan each month
    >>> because I bank with USAA. I am considering changing to a bank that
    >>> offers no discount for Sprint PCS services. Will Sprint PCS find
    >>> out that I am no longer eligible for that discount if I switch, or
    >>> if I keep my mouth shut will I be able to continue getting that
    >>> discount for years to come? Would they ever try to collect
    >>> back-pay if they found out years down the road from now?
    >>>
    >>> Thanks,
    >>>
    >>> Brian

    >>
    >> No they won't. You could leave it open with a dollar in it.
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Alot of banks charge a $5 a month 'maintainence fee' if you don't
    > keep a certain amount in your balance - Usually around $500.
    > I have accounts in 3 banks,2 charge that fee and 1 doesn't.



    Well this bank has free checking.





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