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  1. #1
    Boe
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    I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?





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  2. #2
    Lawrence Glasser
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    Re: What Exactly is Free and Clear?

    Boe wrote:
    >
    > I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    > someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?


    Currently, Sprint is offering $5/month roaming, if your roaming minutes
    do not excede half of your anytime minutes.

    Larry



  3. #3
    Boe
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    Re: What Exactly is Free and Clear?

    Thanks for the quick and consise response - this was helpful.

    "Lawrence Glasser" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Boe wrote:
    > >
    > > I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    > > someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?

    >
    > Currently, Sprint is offering $5/month roaming, if your roaming minutes
    > do not excede half of your anytime minutes.
    >
    > Larry






  4. #4
    John
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    Re: What Exactly is Free and Clear?

    No!

    Free and Clear **America** is the roaming option that you mentioned. Free
    and Clear, by itself, is just SPCS's standard plans. You'll see on SPCS's
    website, the Free and Clear plans only allow you to "use your minutes
    anywhere on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network", not on someone else's
    network.



    "Lawrence Glasser" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Boe wrote:
    > >
    > > I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    > > someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?

    >
    > Currently, Sprint is offering $5/month roaming, if your roaming minutes
    > do not excede half of your anytime minutes.
    >
    > Larry






  5. #5
    p lane
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    Re: What Exactly is Free and Clear?

    Also, there are still the non-F&C plans offrered which are for a local
    area, ususally a state, etc, and calls outside of this area are roaming.

    "John" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > No!
    >
    > Free and Clear **America** is the roaming option that you mentioned. Free
    > and Clear, by itself, is just SPCS's standard plans. You'll see on SPCS's
    > website, the Free and Clear plans only allow you to "use your minutes
    > anywhere on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network", not on someone else's
    > network.
    >
    >
    >
    > "Lawrence Glasser" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Boe wrote:
    > > >
    > > > I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    > > > someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?

    > >
    > > Currently, Sprint is offering $5/month roaming, if your roaming minutes
    > > do not excede half of your anytime minutes.
    > >
    > > Larry

    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  6. #6
    p lane
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    Re: What Exactly is Free and Clear?

    Have you read a sprint brochure--their plans are not that different from
    anyone Else's. Only the names change to confuse the customer, I guess)

    1) Local only plan--lots of minutes for less $$ usually the plan will
    cover either a defined metro area, or a state or states ad defined in
    the brochure. Variations are whether long distanced and N&W are
    included and others as M2M etc lowest cost plan


    2) Free and Clear Plan which lets you use whatever minutes you have on
    sprints network, most include nights and week ends..variations are
    nights and week ends M2M and the recently add option which lets you use
    up to 50% of your used minutes wherever the phone will work -cost more
    but works more places



    "Boe" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <Z%[email protected]>:
    > I see a lot of posts about it but am not sure what it really does for
    > someone. Is it a fixed paid amount for roaming?
    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



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