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Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by Nextel32708, May 22, 2008.
I can't wait to see what is to come!
Interesting. But I wouldn't expect to see Sprint giving away the farm on these new plans. I know some people are expecting Sprint to further drop prices because of their current state but I'm not so sure that's going to happen all that much.
Same here. Sprint is already very competative with their pricing. I can't get anything close to what I have with any other provider. And the only goodies I have is $10 PV on one line and my employee discount.
i thought sprint was about the cheapest out there.
Is there supposed to be a "not" before the just the PowerVision" ?
Can you have SERO on a PDA?
Yeah you can have a PDA with a Sero plan.
the only thing SERO doesnt work with is Blackberrys
I know this is a little off topic, but does anyone have a real referral sprint email address for the SERO plan? Please PM me. Any help would be appreciated. I am trying to do this today since the unlimited text runs out today.
do they usually renew the unlimited text deal?
It may, but the rep I talked to also said that it may only be ending for the online requests. Phone requests should still be there.
I would think that the sms option will stay as long as sero is going.
Well you can have a BB on sero you just have to add the BB data plan for an extra $30
which is like getting unlimited data for free and then paying for unlimited data.....wheres the sense in that
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there is no sense in that. at least I don't think so.
you would think they would just provision it so that you get unlimited data depending on what device you have........Blackberry well then we'll give you unlimited BIS........Mogul? well then we'll give you unlimited Sprint PV........like thats what they do for Simply Everything......why cant it be like that for SERO?
Agreed, if they can do it for the Everything plans they should be able to do it for SERO. Even though you can get either BB or regular Vision with an everything plan, I doubt you can seamlessly switch between a BlackBerry and a Power Vision device without some alterations to your plan on the back-end. I could be wrong though.
I think as far as SERO, in the way it was conceptualized, it wasn't really designed for "high revenue" clients, and BB users tend to be just that. Now that BB's are gaining in popularity among everyone, and not just business professionals coupled with the fact that Sprint now sells a coupe of BB's (Curve and Pearl) which have mainstream appeal, maybe they will make some changes to SERO at some point, but I doubt it.
Because if you still get it without sero you will pay $70 and only get 450 minutes were as this route would save you $10 500 minutes and get unlimited sms.
This is of course if you need a BlackBerry.
well i dont need a Blackberry my ACE works just fine but im a sucker for the Blackberry OS
OH I was just trying to show the difference in the pricing and that still with Sero it would be a better deal. This was a general statement.
BTW how do you like the ACE I think it looks pretty nice.
and actually may i point out that the new Blackberry Power Vision packs include unlimited SMS
I'm not sure if some people got confused with the Unlimited plan and the BB's. With simply everything plans, it means just that, simply everything, you dont need a BB pack to add to it. I have a Pearl and have synched my emails, browsed and played Youtube, sent 10 gazillion emails and texts and a few pictures on the emails to family, AND used the phone as modem future with no extra charges at all. I called to verify all this of course and was more relieved at my risk when I got the bill with no extra charges. I know it gets confusing because the retail center and even one lady from customer service told me different things, from purchasing a bb plan, to adding $40 for phone as modem, to not being able to have it due to my unlimited plan. Then QC called me and I asked THEM. They really are getting better at their customer service and their Unlimited plan is second to none.
Information on these new plan changes are now available. There is a thread in the Wireless News forum detailing the latest information: