Hello, I have an old vision plan with sprint that includes unlimited vision and unlimited SMS. A couple of months ago, I heard about Power vision and asked how that would be covered with my current plan if I bought a new phone that can support EVDO. A sales rep told me that my current plan would cover the new Power Vision. This sounded too good to be true so I asked a different rep. The 2nd rep told me that I would have "unlimited Power Vision" but that it would be equivalent to the lowest plan so it meant I had only access to a limited number of channels. But for internet access, it would remain the same. This sounded good enough to me so I spent 1 month deciding on which new power phone I would get. Yesterday, I finally went to a Sprint store that had the phone I wanted in stock. Right before I bought it I asked again if I could stay on my current plan. This time the sales rep said he didn't know. He had never come across a current customer with existing Vision service. (He called it the grandfather plan). He put me on the phone with a customer srv rep. That rep told me that the 2 visions were totally different so I wouldn't be able to use any Power Vision services on my existing plan. Not only that, she said that the new phones can ONLY do Power Vision so I can't buy a new phone unless I change my plan. Over the years, I have had many experiences with different sprint people saying different things (I guess that's why I ask so many times). However, does anyone know the straight scoop? Basically there are 2 issues: 1) If someone is already paying for existing vision service does this cover any new power vision services? 2) Can you really not use a new phone with the old vision? Because even if I may not be prepared to change my plan now, I might get a new "power" phone because they have other features I want (like good camera) and would leave me the option to change my plan in the future without changing phones. Any answers anyone has on this would be totally AWESOME. I have been using Sprint for ~10 years, ever since PCS first piloted in San Diego. (Back then it was no monthly fees for life, 35 cents a minute intro plan.) Sprint has its quirks (like every company) so I have been putting up with them, but every few years, I find myself totally confused about their services. Am not sure if I'm willing to put up with it much longer, especially when companies don't seem to care about customer loyalty anymore. All the best deals are for new customers.