Amazon is offering activation-fee credits to customers buying Verizon handsets until May 5
0. phoneArena posted on 03 May 2011, 12:13
Fortunately though, the online retailer is offering activation-fee credits to those customers picking up handsets out of Verizon’s stable with new service. Essentially waiving the customary $35 activation fee, it’ll come...
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1. seluased7 posted on 03 May 2011, 12:23 0 0
I guess this is to lure customers in so they forget about their massive bills? I've had enough of Verizon charging whatever they want. For 79.99 i have unlimited everything with T-mobile, and i have yet to drop a call or not have service. and the internet is way faster than everyone elses.
2. msa1988 posted on 03 May 2011, 12:45 0 0
Out of curiosity, how much is your bill after tax and all that good stuff? I have unlimited web and text, and have 450 minutes for around $87 a month. With tax and what not, doesn't your bill come out to around that as well?
4. seluased7 posted on 03 May 2011, 13:30 0 0
I have Unlimited talk, text, and web, and my bill is about 88.
5. msa1988 posted on 03 May 2011, 13:38 0 0
Gotcha. Well, I don't go over my minutes because everyone I talk to has Verizon, so I don't need unlimited talk. Verizon has better service, and a better coice of phones, so I will stick with them. ;)
6. tedkord posted on 03 May 2011, 14:36 0 0
I've got a Verizon Family Share Plan with 3 smartphones
1400 minutes shared
Unlimited calling to other Verizon customers
Unlimited calling to 10 Friends and Family I choose
Unlimited texting and MMS/video messaging
Unlmited 3G/4G Data to all phones
$159.98 - right about Sprint's price. Sprint does offer a bit more (free navigation, free Sprint TV, etc...), but Verizon has much better coverage here.
With my corporate discount, I get this package for $139.08 per month, before taxes and insurance or any other addons. Expensive, but no more so than the other carriers.
9. V agent (unregistered) posted on 05 May 2011, 18:24 0 0
say you have 20% corp discount, drop it $22 which is about what tax whould be so you are right back at 200 plus mark.
lost a sale today because of how much having multiple smartphones on a family talk is