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Moving to Nextel. Using SERO. Have some questions.

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by jsav, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. jsav

    jsav New Member

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    Hey there. I have T-Mobile right now, and want to move to Nextel for the i580. I figure the i580 is a pretty durable phone, and Nextel is pretty reliable in my area.

    The next thing is, SERO. I went to complete my order online, and it asked for the e-mail address (which I have) AND a Nextel employee ID. I don't have that; I got the e-mail address off of this forum. Do I really need to provide both of those? If I do, i'm pretty sure I can go to a local Nextel store and get one from a couple friends.

    Also, is it possible to get SERO benefits at the store? That would make this even more convenient. Thanks!
     
  2. SmArTeStChIlD421

    SmArTeStChIlD421 Silver Senior Member
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    pm "larry"

    he works for Sprint i think
     
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  3. jsav

    jsav New Member

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    Meaning that I won't have to provide a Nextel Employee ID?
     
  4. SmArTeStChIlD421

    SmArTeStChIlD421 Silver Senior Member
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    well when i used an employee address on the Nextel side to testy it didn't ask me for any id but im suggesting you talk to "larry" because he might know whats going on
     
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  5. waytoomuchcoffee

    waytoomuchcoffee New Member

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    You get the ID# request at the very end of the process. Tricky.
     
  6. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 28 Years Plus
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    I helped a friend get SERO on Nextel. When we got to the point where it needed an ID number, I entered a random six digit number. It went through.

    I have also read similar threads on HowardsForums on this issue and there were suggestions of entering random numbers. Some posters said it took a few tries before it worked, but they eventually got through, just like I did today.

    Keep trying, it will eventually work.
     
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