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The New SERO Plan's PowerVision....

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by Steve B, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. Steve B

    Steve B Bronze Senior Member
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    Sorry for another SERO thread but, I was hoping someone could answer a question. We all know SERO has unlimited Vision. I know that Sprint had at one point changed their SERO plans to include UN&W @7 and the unlimited SMS promotion was put in. My question is with these newer SERO plans which PowerVision pack edition is it utilizing? The rep had told me I get the Sprint TV, etc. Now, is the TV channels extra costs as the downloading of songs are? I am just trying to figure out what stuff I will be charged extra for even though I'm on SERO.
     
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    I am going on a limb here but I think you get the $15 vision that does not inlcude tv. If I remember right you have to get the $25 vision to get that. I have the new sero plan and I have no tv cause I have tried. I also think there is a small amount of channels included and if you want extras yes you will have to pay.
     
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    That is what I thought. I have access to those channels and what not but just have to pay for them right?
     
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    I believe so I am sure you have but go to Sprints site and this will give you a bunch of info HERE IS THE LINK
     
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    Cool, thanks.
     
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    as far as i know you get unlimited PowerVision data but i dont think you even get that many channels.........i know i ont but mines a grandfathered SERO...........November '06

    im looking at my channels right now and i have the following...:

    Sprint Radio
    Sprint Power View
    NFL Network
    FOX
    Primetime TV (which isnt showing much at th moment)
    Movie Trailers
    Broadway Channel

    thats about it so its really nothing special unless you really like the NFL Network but im not even sure if there is anything live there......
     
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    Dumb question where do you go to get to the channels??:confused:
     
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    go to the Media Player and it will tell you to download the Sprint TV application...............once you have done this you will find Sprint TV in your content manager under applications
     
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    Will it charge me??
     
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    Does anyone else with the new SERO plans if you get any free tv channels do you have to pay for all of them? I at one point did ask Sprint but, I couldn't really get a straight answer so I gave up. LOL
     
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    no the Sprint TV application is free....

    you get some standard channels but nothing live really........if you want to get more channels.....there is a subscription fee and the channel can be purchased right in the program
     
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