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  1. #1
    sharon
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    My youngest daughter is moving to LA. I live in Cincinnati. She
    recently purchased a Nextel phone and service. I think she liked the
    glitzy phone and the walkie-talkie feature. I have "Working Assets"
    which donates moneys to liberal causes but I have been averaging about
    70 a month for cell and long distance. And I have dial-up for my
    computer with Cincinnati Bell which is an additional 45 or more
    (including Juno e-mail). My children and I are finally discussing a
    change to a service which we could share/benefit from a family network
    type of thing. My daughter in DC also has "Working Assets" and wants
    to change her cell service as well. I have a son in Oxford, Ohio who is
    still using his cell with a Minneapolis area code! I am not sure what
    plan he has. I will be talking to him today.

    This is all too complicated for me and I wonder if someone could
    suggest if and how I could improve MY current communications systems
    toward a more affordable yet efficient plan/plans. The friends and
    family thing may not work unless we all change to Cingular? The
    daughter moving to LA cannot change for a year since she signed a
    contract with Nextel.

    Working Assets uses the Sprint system and sometimes in my own
    neighborhood I find I am "roaming".

    Thank you,
    Sharon




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  2. #2
    Mij Adyaw
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    Re: best cellular service.

    A friend of mine and his wife has Working Assets. As you stated, the service
    is provided through Sprint. I have found that he is not able to take
    advantage of good Sprint offers because they are not extended to the Working
    Assets subscribers. I would dump Working Assets and sign-up directly with a
    real cell service provider such as Sprint, Verizon, or Cingular. All of
    these cell phone providers offer in-network calling so that you can call
    other folks that are on the same cell service provider and not incur any
    cost for the phone call. Since you are essentially already using Sprint, you
    know if the service works well for you in your area. Where are you located?

    "sharon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My youngest daughter is moving to LA. I live in Cincinnati. She
    > recently purchased a Nextel phone and service. I think she liked the
    > glitzy phone and the walkie-talkie feature. I have "Working Assets"
    > which donates moneys to liberal causes but I have been averaging about
    > 70 a month for cell and long distance. And I have dial-up for my
    > computer with Cincinnati Bell which is an additional 45 or more
    > (including Juno e-mail). My children and I are finally discussing a
    > change to a service which we could share/benefit from a family network
    > type of thing. My daughter in DC also has "Working Assets" and wants
    > to change her cell service as well. I have a son in Oxford, Ohio who is
    > still using his cell with a Minneapolis area code! I am not sure what
    > plan he has. I will be talking to him today.
    >
    > This is all too complicated for me and I wonder if someone could
    > suggest if and how I could improve MY current communications systems
    > toward a more affordable yet efficient plan/plans. The friends and
    > family thing may not work unless we all change to Cingular? The
    > daughter moving to LA cannot change for a year since she signed a
    > contract with Nextel.
    >
    > Working Assets uses the Sprint system and sometimes in my own
    > neighborhood I find I am "roaming".
    >
    > Thank you,
    > Sharon
    >






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