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Thininking of going ATT

Discussion in 'AT&T Wireless Forum' started by cukoz, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. cukoz

    cukoz Junior Member
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    I just had a few questions before though. Can I change my plan anytime without having it extended? Nights weekends start at 9pm not 7pm unless I pay extra? Anybody know if ATT would coinvice me to leave Sprint and offer these to me for free??
     
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    Yes, I've done this several times over the years.
    Yep
    Probably not. Also consider that you will be getting rollover minutes, something Sprint does not even offer. What I would do is get a basic plan, and add early n&W for a couple of months, let the rollover build up, then drop early n&w. Only add early n&w as needed when your rollover gets low. You will probably end up spending less than Sprint with this strategy.

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    No, at&t will not do that, but Sprint will to keep you as a customer.
    Check out Sprint Employee Referral Offer and enter john.smith@sprint.com as a referral email.

    No carrier will be able to match this pricing.
     
  4. cukoz

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    i talked to an att rep today, and they said yes, you can switch plans anytime you want. However, if you downgrade your plan, you can only rollover the same amout of minutes. Meaning if I was at 900 plan and had 1000 rollover min, and went down to the 450 plan, I can only take with me 450 rollover min, but then they do start accumalating again. Not bad, but not as nice as My Circle from alltel.
     
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    Unless it has recently changed - downgrade or upgrade - I believe you can only carry forward as rollover minutes the number of anytime minutes in the new plan. :(
     
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    That's the way its supposed to be, but usually they don't touch the rollover if you are going to a higher plan. They did not touch mine when I went to a higher plan.

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