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  1. #1
    About Dakota
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    I have a SE T62u and a 6340i. I tried the 6340i, but I had a lot of
    issues with it here. I am using my T62u because it works better in my
    roaming area where I spend most time (including the OTA updates which
    did not work on 6340i). When I called Cingular to ask a question, the
    rep was encouraging me to switch to the new Cingular Nation plan. I
    declined this offer, and she asked me why, I stated that my current
    Preferred Nation plan is serving me well, I would lost my rollover
    minutes if I switched, and the evening/weekend option goes doen for my
    price range (39.99 for 350/5000, vs 45. for 400/1000). I sometimes go
    over 1000 n/w minutes...plus no Family Talk option is available with the
    Cingular Nation plans (except on GSM, which doesn't yet have good coverage).

    Long distance to Canada is 0.59/minutes...whoah...I haven't seen an LD
    charge to Canada that large for almost 10 years.

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  2. #2
    Steven J Sobol
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    Re: To switch to GAIT plan?

    In alt.cellular.sprintpcs About Dakota <[email protected]> wrote:
    > I have a SE T62u and a 6340i.



    Frankly, no one in the SPCS newsgroup is likely to care about GAIT.

    No one in the Nextel newsgroup either.

    Could you try removing those newsgroups from the list please?

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  3. #3
    Mark A. Smith
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    Re: To switch to GAIT plan?

    You will not lose your rollover minutes if you go with the $45 for
    400/1000 plan, or above. They will transfer from plan to plan, as long as
    your new plan offers rollover minutes.
    I had moved to the GAIT Nation Plan in July (as soon as it was
    available), as I wanted the peace of mind of not having any roaming charges.
    All of my rollover minutes have followed from a Home, Preferred Nation, and
    now GAIT Nation Plan.


    Have a good one,


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    "About Dakota" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have a SE T62u and a 6340i. I tried the 6340i, but I had a lot of
    > issues with it here. I am using my T62u because it works better in my
    > roaming area where I spend most time (including the OTA updates which
    > did not work on 6340i). When I called Cingular to ask a question, the
    > rep was encouraging me to switch to the new Cingular Nation plan. I
    > declined this offer, and she asked me why, I stated that my current
    > Preferred Nation plan is serving me well, I would lost my rollover
    > minutes if I switched, and the evening/weekend option goes doen for my
    > price range (39.99 for 350/5000, vs 45. for 400/1000). I sometimes go
    > over 1000 n/w minutes...plus no Family Talk option is available with the
    > Cingular Nation plans (except on GSM, which doesn't yet have good

    coverage).
    >
    > Long distance to Canada is 0.59/minutes...whoah...I haven't seen an LD
    > charge to Canada that large for almost 10 years.
    >
    > AD
    >






  4. #4
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    Re: To switch to GAIT plan?

    On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:08:27 -0600, About Dakota
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I have a SE T62u and a 6340i. I tried the 6340i, but I had a lot of
    >issues with it here. I am using my T62u because it works better in my
    >roaming area where I spend most time (including the OTA updates which
    >did not work on 6340i). When I called Cingular to ask a question, the
    >rep was encouraging me to switch to the new Cingular Nation plan. I
    >declined this offer, and she asked me why, I stated that my current
    >Preferred Nation plan is serving me well, I would lost my rollover
    >minutes if I switched, and the evening/weekend option goes doen for my
    >price range (39.99 for 350/5000, vs 45. for 400/1000). I sometimes go
    >over 1000 n/w minutes...plus no Family Talk option is available with the
    >Cingular Nation plans (except on GSM, which doesn't yet have good coverage).
    >
    >Long distance to Canada is 0.59/minutes...whoah...I haven't seen an LD
    >charge to Canada that large for almost 10 years.


    One has to ask why you posted this to among other places the
    alt.cellular.gsm.carriers.voicestream group. And T-Mobile doesn't nor
    will it ever offer GAIT service.
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