No SIII for me
jstchilln posted on 14 Jul 2012, 14:21 0 0
I went to buy a new SIII today and the rep told me that I would have to forfiet my unlimited data plan. I guess I really dont need the phone that bad.
1. hlm2311 posted on 15 Jul 2012, 10:49 0 0
Don,t really need unlimited data I had unlimited but i gave it up I have a galaxy s3 and my plan is unlimited talk & text with 6gb of data for 120.mo
7. DRAPicard posted on 26 Apr 2013, 14:39 0 0
Um....I have an unlimited plan with 450 minutes and pay only $60 per month! I just pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S4 which came out to about $700 after taxes and everything. So for an entire year of enjoying my S4, my yearly cost will be about $1400, or about $2100 if I keep it for the full 2 years.
You on the otherhand are stuck on a 2 year contract paying $120 per month which means that you will be charged $2880 over that entire contract, plus whatever you paid for the phone! That is ridiculous!
Perhaps you should re-evaluate your service options nad see if you can get yourself a better deal....whether it is on VZW or a different carrier. There shouldn't be any reason to pay that much for a single line.....
2. TeritorialDemon posted on 16 Mar 2013, 06:10 0 0
Oh ONLY $120 a month? For 1 line of service? Think about that for a minute. Boost offers unlimited everything for a mere $50 a month. Just saying, there are options people. Verizon will continue to screw you over until you take a stand. When the majority of the people stand a company listens. When only a few stand they get ignored.
5. javac posted on 07 Apr 2013, 18:02 0 0
so your idea is to go to boost and pay less for less service. The reason verizon does so well is because it offers the best service. Do you really think they could get away with the prices if they were like T-mobile, Sprint, Virgin, or Boost? Before you go on about how cricket offers great prices think about their product. They offer 4g that cant even keep up with our 3g.
3. michael2973 posted on 17 Mar 2013, 21:03 0 0
if you buy the phone outright and dont get it subsidized you wont lose your unlimited data.
6. lleytonbelmont posted on 08 Apr 2013, 04:02 0 0
can i bring my SIM card i bought from other country during my vacation then have it register under such telco provider?