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Don't Spend Your Nights with Verizon

Discussion in 'Western US Wireless Forum' started by Jackstar, Jan 18, 2002.

  1. Jackstar

    Jackstar Junior Member
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    [​IMG] Just wanted to make sure that the Western forum knows about the current Verizon promotion. National Single Rate includes 3500 weekend minutes but NO evening minutes. In most regions including Colorado and California, the Single Rate West includes 3200-3500 evening and weekend minutes. This could make a big difference in how minutes are used and how large your bill is.

    As a rule of thumb, trust what is written by the actual company. If you are buying from Radio Shack, Best Buy, etc., don't trust what they say if it does not match up to what is printed by the actual wireless provider.

    In Denver, Voicestream has plans with weekend but not evening minutes. Sprint has evening/weekend minute plans. Verizon and Qwest have both weekend and evening/weekend plans. If anyone knows about Cricket and Nextel, let us know.... Jackstar
     
  2. ComicalMoodyDan

    ComicalMoodyDan Gold Senior Member
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    Nextel has offpeak night/weekend minutes and as far as Cricket they are local service only. The phone's can't roam but you do get unlimited minutes while in the coverage area calling to somebody in the coverage area. So therefor you don't have any set minutes with Cricket you can use it all you want no need to keep track of minutes.
     

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