Last edited by jrzofclay; 09-11-2014 at 06:28 PM.
It all depends on what your usage will be. The amount of call time and when you use it.
And what country your in..
An It Harm None, Do What You Will
Join Date: Jul 2003Originally Posted by Rat Faced
Location: San Jose, CA
I really like Sprints latest offering for family share plans. Obviously nights and weekends are free, that is standard, but for $5 more a month, your nights can start at 7 instead of 9. Might not seem like a big thing, but that's an extra 60 free hours a month. For $5 more a month, you can add no roaming anywhere in the continental US. Also, the have done away with the regular 35-45 cents a minute overage fees and have opted for a simple $5 per 100 minutes over your regular plan.Originally Posted by jrzofclay
Last edited by jrzofclay; 09-11-2014 at 06:44 PM.
sprint will get better because nextel is making a partnership with them
It is a flat $5. Also the second line is included, lines 3-5 are $10 each. As far a signal goes, Verizon is usually the best, but cost more. Sprint is usually second, but better priced. T-Mobile shouldn't even be considered. The reason they give you so many minutes and such good deals is due to the fact they have one of the worst coverage areas. I also don't hold much hope for their continued existence. Their new no deposit for anyone idea just may put them out of business, as it almost killed sprint when they did it. If sprint couldn't pull it off, t-mobile doesn't stand a chance.Originally Posted by jrzofclay
Sprint actually bought them.Originally Posted by HCT
They haven't decided what they want to do with them yet, tho. Debating between operating them as 2 seperate entities or mergeing them. If they merge them, nextel will more than likely take over sprints business customers as they excelled in business customers. whereas sprint will take all nextel's residental service as that is where they excel.
i knew it was something among those lines, they will make a good teamOriginally Posted by Tikibonbon