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I am looking to get in the sprint unlimited family plan with 2 lines for $100! I don't see any option, I only see family share plans, and I don't want one of those at all!

 

 

 

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Try looking around online for Employee Plus Referral offers, as those have some of the old plans which include guaranteed unlimited data for life, if that is something you're interested in, alongside the unlimited data.

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Can't seem to change my plan to it??

 

 

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You may have to go to a store or contact customer service to do it.

 

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I'll let someone else chime in here. I think this plan is only for new lines.

 

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I called in and inquired.  Sprint rep said we can change, but monthly bill would increase about $60 compared to our present family plan of five (5) phones.

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I called in and inquired.  Sprint rep said we can change, but monthly bill would increase about $60 compared to our present family plan of five (5) phones.

 

Are you going to keep your plan, or switch to another plan, if available?

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Are you going to keep your plan, or switch to another plan, if available?

For now, we are keeping our outdated plan.  It's a matter of dollars vs benefit.

All that unlimited sounds great, but the math rules.

We have the unlimited data and text with 1500 family shared voice minutes*

 

*I have read of people being totally disconnected and barred from Sprint if their roaming outside of Sprint service exceeded a certain amount of data usage.  Since I do not travel as much as I used to, that has not been a big threat.  Occasionally, I wonder into uncharted waters like NW Iowa where I did have some voice and data roaming issues, but I kept my usage down.... nothing said

A contributing factor to that was my Motorola Photon Q on automatic was selecting invalid bands and leaving me with no service of any kind..With some experimentation, I found a workable setting.

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Do they still have an unlimited family plan? I can't seem to find it anywhere on their website. We currently have three lines on the family data share at 20 gigs. Two line use about 6 or 7 gigs and the third line barely anything. Considering switching just to have it for when they take away unlimited...

We currently pay 125 after the 20% employer discount so if I understand it correctly, we'd pay $15 more/month to change. What do you all think?

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Do they still have an unlimited family plan? I can't seem to find it anywhere on their website. We currently have three lines on the family data share at 20 gigs. Two line use about 6 or 7 gigs and the third line barely anything. Considering switching just to have it for when they take away unlimited...

We currently pay 125 after the 20% employer discount so if I understand it correctly, we'd pay $15 more/month to change. What do you all think?

Anyone? ;)

Oh. Does sprint have the ability to add this, or is only though bestbuy?

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Do they still have an unlimited family plan? I can't seem to find it anywhere on their website. We currently have three lines on the family data share at 20 gigs. Two line use about 6 or 7 gigs and the third line barely anything. Considering switching just to have it for when they take away unlimited...

We currently pay 125 after the 20% employer discount so if I understand it correctly, we'd pay $15 more/month to change. What do you all think?

Unlimited My Way at Sprint, or the BestBuy plan.

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So I called sprint and they said it would cost $211/month to change to an unlimited family plan got the 3 lines...

Blasphemy!  If you do the BestBuy plan, it'd be $140/month (3 lines) for the services and then whatever else for the phone financing, then taxes.

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So I called sprint and they said it would cost $211/month to change to an unlimited family plan got the 3 lines...

That's almost what I pay for 5 lines with phone subsidies. (Which is just another example of why the death of the 2 year contract only benefits the companies and not the consumers)
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And i just spoke two two best buy mobile stores and they indicate that I would have to get three new phones leased or on easypay... Mind you, my phones were subsidized when I got them my two year committment is up so I would think so long as I didn't get a new phone I wouldn't have to pay the $40 access per line. Currently we pay $15.

So I'm not sure this is worth it. We currently pay $125 for all three lines including the access fees after the $20 discount. I may be willing to pay $15 more to get the unlimited, but i don't need a new phone... Thoughts?

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