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    so i was offered the loyalty plan for $50 u get everything, and of you guys know if thats actually a good deal?


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    Re: Loyalty plan

    I have heard that if you get that Loyalty plan it's $50 for unlimited Voice/Text and Data.. Thats a great deal IMO, because its like having Boost, or Metro PCS with out the restrictions on their networks!
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    Re: Loyalty plan

    The unlimited loyalty plan is 49.99 for unlimited nationwide CALLING only. Text message bundles and data service are additional features not included in the plan.
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    Re: Loyalty plan

    Have the loyalty plan with my wife, one bill two lines, 2x 400 msg, 1 insurance, and we pay about 125 each month. For the money, it's quite good. No data phones, so no data plan.

    Pretty satisfied with what you get, but neither of us really use the minutes. Thinking of switching over to Verizon when our contract expires, not too happy with T-Mobile's customer service and coverage.



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    Re: Loyalty plan

    If you don't use the minutes offered to you and you do switch to Verizon Wireless...BE SURE TO:

    Ask them about their minute saver plans. These are not plans generally advertised or offered, but ARE available. I'm not sure about pricing for families but with an individual one you get 300 minutes, 1000 night, weekend, and mobile to mobile minutes. Once you're a customer fulfilling a full two year agreement, they'll then open up a few more discounts and minute plans to you.

    Remember you WILL be paying more for Verizon Wireless service and will usually be getting less minutes than with T-Mobile. If you're willing to pay an extra few bucks and receive a little less for your money, VERIZON WIRELESS is generally an excellent choice. Their national coverage extends coast to coast with very few dead zones. They cover 80% of the United States with ON NETWORK coverage and 18% of the country with extended network (aka "free roaming"). The other 2% of the country has no coverage. Customer service is generally good, but lately I've been having a few mix ups with them...but in the end, my problem is generally resolved.


    Quote Originally Posted by xufxuf View Post
    Have the loyalty plan with my wife, one bill two lines, 2x 400 msg, 1 insurance, and we pay about 125 each month. For the money, it's quite good. No data phones, so no data plan.

    Pretty satisfied with what you get, but neither of us really use the minutes. Thinking of switching over to Verizon when our contract expires, not too happy with T-Mobile's customer service and coverage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicknrm View Post
    If you don't use the minutes offered to you and you do switch to Verizon Wireless...BE SURE TO:

    Ask them about their minute saver plans. These are not plans generally advertised or offered, but ARE available. I'm not sure about pricing for families but with an individual one you get 300 minutes, 1000 night, weekend, and mobile to mobile minutes. Once you're a customer fulfilling a full two year agreement, they'll then open up a few more discounts and minute plans to you.

    Remember you WILL be paying more for Verizon Wireless service and will usually be getting less minutes than with T-Mobile. If you're willing to pay an extra few bucks and receive a little less for your money, VERIZON WIRELESS is generally an excellent choice. Their national coverage extends coast to coast with very few dead zones. They cover 80% of the United States with ON NETWORK coverage and 18% of the country with extended network (aka "free roaming"). The other 2% of the country has no coverage. Customer service is generally good, but lately I've been having a few mix ups with them...but in the end, my problem is generally resolved.
    Thanks for the reply, I will definitely ask about those plans. The current issue with T-Mobile is how they've been treating me as a long time customer, and their coverage. Also, I'm not too pleased with the phone selection, but then again, Verizon doesn't offer the iPhone either (unless you get an unlock). Either way, I'm still quite some time away from switching over, so we'll see.



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    Just remember, you last post where you stated you can not get the I-Phone on Verizon is very true. There isn't a way to get the I-Phone on Verizon's network, as the I-Phone has the GSM chipset, and Verizon is CDMA. If you stay with T-Mobile you can use and unlocked I-Phone, but some of the functions will not work. Just something to think about..
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    Also remember the world does not revolve around the iPhone...other phones do exist...and better phones do exist.

    If you're interested in a high class device through Verizon, check out the HTC Touch Pro2. Remember the iPhone is just a fancy smartphone...if you're interested in a smartphone/PDA or Blackberry, check out the new Verizon Wireless Smartphone Resource Center for help in choosing which one is right for you.

    May I ask...what features do you like about the iPhone?


    Quote Originally Posted by xufxuf View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I will definitely ask about those plans. The current issue with T-Mobile is how they've been treating me as a long time customer, and their coverage. Also, I'm not too pleased with the phone selection, but then again, Verizon doesn't offer the iPhone either (unless you get an unlock). Either way, I'm still quite some time away from switching over, so we'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicknrm View Post
    Also remember the world does not revolve around the iPhone...other phones do exist...and better phones do exist.
    Truth be told brother!!
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