Unlimited everything for age 55+

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by Vilhiem, Aug 12, 2017 at 6:49 PM.

  1. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

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  2. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    It's important to note, the plan is mean only for couples. Adding a third line makes the deal not nearly as sweet.
     
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  3. Ming

    Ming Lord High Executioner

    What about single folk ?
     
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  4. Doc B

    Doc B Drummer's do it with the back beat Staff Member

    Only one problem with that. T-Mobile
    SUCKS
     
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  5. Ming

    Ming Lord High Executioner

    Recknso ?
     
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  6. Blu_Ogre

    Blu_Ogre Resident Happy Hippie

    it's a pretty limited unlimited plan.... no tablets, which means no hot spotting I assume.. And look at all those non coverage areas in the NW.
     
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  7. mountaingote

    mountaingote Gote With a Tude & a BIG Hammer Staff Member

    The NW doesn't need coverage
     
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  8. chopper103in

    chopper103in Head Dog

    when I first moved to Tennessee I had Boost Mobil which is Sprint/Nextel prepay and I would be out delivering Dollar General in the back woods of Kentucky and Tennessee and would go all day without cell service
    I switched to Verizon and now very seldom have no service and if I do its not for long
     
  9. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    I have yet to find a decently priced unlimited plan for one person.

    The only thing that crosses my mind...

    https://www.sprint.com/content/sprint/sprint_com/us/en/shop/offers/free-unlimited.html

    I haven't done enough research on this program yet, however sprint appears to be offering a full year of unlimited for free.

    Biggest catches being sprint phones use GSM vs SIM, so you're very limited with what carriers you can use the phone they require you to buy for the plan.
     
  10. Dirty's Money

    Dirty's Money Head Dog

    I rarely have service issues with T-Mobile, except in West Virginia.
     
  11. Ming

    Ming Lord High Executioner

    Bu bu but then we wouldn't get to read Blu's posts !
    By the way, as little as Pete's been posting I think Green Bay is off the air.
    That's not a good thing.
     
  12. Doc B

    Doc B Drummer's do it with the back beat Staff Member

    I was thinking that earlier today. You stay outta my head! :confused:
     
  13. Ming

    Ming Lord High Executioner

    I've been thinking that for 2 or 3 days already, so who's in whose head ?
    Horton hears a Hoo(sier) .... HeHoosier ...
    OK, I'll quit now.
     
  14. Doc B

    Doc B Drummer's do it with the back beat Staff Member

    :run:
     
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  15. chris887

    chris887 Lead Dog

    I have sprint for my personal phone and at&t for my work phone. I am very happy with sprints service, it has a better signal then at&t. I have traveled to very rural places and rarely lost signal. However sprint has a lot of hidden fees and no longer discounts phones when you renew your contract. So I'm not sure if I'm going to stick with them next time I need a new phone.
     
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  16. mountaingote

    mountaingote Gote With a Tude & a BIG Hammer Staff Member

    Rockford isn't very rural :p
     
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  17. chris887

    chris887 Lead Dog

    Rockford is a whole other world. But seriously, even though I am local driver, I take road trips a couple times a year to get away from the city, the more rural the better. My favorite area is the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina
     
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  18. Ming

    Ming Lord High Executioner

    Compared to Chicago it is ......
     
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  19. RedForeman

    RedForeman ORD Official Scholar

    Sprint's contract phones are all leases with no reasonable buyout. I just helped my sister get away from them. I've been happy with the Verizon unlimited plan. Bear in mind the 4G speed isn't actually unlimited. You get 20GB on the device, 10GB hotspotting it. Not even a problem for me, but could be if I had time to watch more tv on it.
     
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