1. clone1008's Avatar
    I've been paying $99 plus all the other taxes etc for my Simply Everything plan for about a year now. I've read in some other posts that there may be some discounts that I could qualify for or maybe Sprint would discount my plan if I threaten to leave them.

    I was just wondering what kind of deals people on here have been able to negotiate on this same plan...
    01-15-10 05:49 AM
  2. dchawk81's Avatar
    There are no discounts on the Simply Everything Plan. There are, however, discounts on the Everything Data Plans.
    01-15-10 06:28 AM
  3. heckufaguy's Avatar
    And unless you're making a buttload of calls to landlines, you can drop to a SE 450, with unlimited mobile to any mobile and save yourself 30+ bucks right off the bat.
    01-15-10 06:54 AM
  4. clone1008's Avatar
    And unless you're making a buttload of calls to landlines, you can drop to a SE 450, with unlimited mobile to any mobile and save yourself 30+ bucks right off the bat.
    Unfortunately I do make a buttload of phone calls because of my business....
    01-15-10 07:47 AM
  5. michikade's Avatar
    What does your average monthly anytime minute usage look like?

    Sprint won't allow discounts on Simply Everything because it is already discounted so much (per them). However if you can change to a different Everything plan you are eligible for discounts. Unfortunately they max out at 900 minutes talk, so if you do more than that on landlines that won't work.
    01-15-10 10:25 AM
  6. j.p.hatfield's Avatar
    I have the Everything Data Family 1500...best fam-plan on the market if you have three crackberry's!! 170 a month @ 3 8330's includes BIS,tax and tags (lol)and insurance on each line....
    and we're all upgrading to the T2 first week in Febuary
    01-15-10 10:37 AM
  7. osugsxr's Avatar
    considering the 450 se @ 54
    01-15-10 12:39 PM
  8. michikade's Avatar
    considering the 450 se @ 54
    This is exactly what I have personally. Everything Data 450 for Blackberry, $52.50 or so after discount, plus insurance, taxes/fees/my first born.

    Since I *rarely* call landlines, this is perfect for me. I have very little need for anytime minutes. With Any Mobile, Any Time & nights/weekends starting at 7pm, it is pretty much the perfect phone plan (YMMV).
    01-15-10 01:14 PM
  9. SenseVA757's Avatar
    Everything Data 450 is 69.99 with Anymobile, Anytime
    Everything Data 900 is 89.99 with Anymobile Anytime
    Both of these plans can recieve CORP discounts. The only time that your anytime minutes get deducted is when you are roaming/landline calls.
    the Simply Everything Plan can not get any additional discounts.
    If most of your calls are to mobile then i would suggest the ED900. That plan is still eligible to recieve CORP discounts and incldes Any Mobile Anytime.

    Im a Sprint Rep so feel free to ask any questions and ill try to get to em as soon as i get a chance.
    Last edited by SenseVA757; 01-15-10 at 01:46 PM.
    01-15-10 01:42 PM
  10. Mikeylikesit51's Avatar
    Hatfield, you mentioned the tour 2 in Feb?? You have any confirmation on that???
    01-15-10 02:18 PM
  11. fozzie66's Avatar
    Hatfield, you mentioned the tour 2 in Feb?? You have any confirmation on that???
    I'm going to answer for Hatfield... NO! lol
    check this link out

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f172/
    01-15-10 03:26 PM
  12. bllackkman's Avatar
    If they drop the SEP plan atleast $20 I would be a happy man
    01-15-10 04:45 PM
  13. jwolf6589's Avatar
    Unfortunately I do make a buttload of phone calls because of my business....
    Yeah I also have the unlimited mobile to mobile plan and unlimited data. However what stinks is that I get charged minutes for calling TOLL FREE numbers, voice mail, and landlines. So last month I came close to running over my minutes.
    01-15-10 04:49 PM
  14. jwolf6589's Avatar
    This is exactly what I have personally. Everything Data 450 for Blackberry, $52.50 or so after discount, plus insurance, taxes/fees/my first born.

    Since I *rarely* call landlines, this is perfect for me. I have very little need for anytime minutes. With Any Mobile, Any Time & nights/weekends starting at 7pm, it is pretty much the perfect phone plan (YMMV).
    You dont call your voice mail? Those get charged minutes.
    01-15-10 04:51 PM
  15. osugsxr's Avatar
    calling voicemail charges minutes??? if true thats FUNNY!!.... as for the sprint rep. does sprint price match sams club pricing? Debating on the following phones with sprint: curve with trackpad, htc hero, or possibly the tour.
    Coverage in area is so so... its either pay the $54 (any mobile to mobile & unlimited text is the strongest selling points for me)...or the following
    at&t iphone or bb bold9700 @ 61....data, 200 text
    verizon: eris or curve : @62 or so... data, 250text

    As for the hero does it support 4g?
    01-15-10 04:59 PM
  16. eve6er69's Avatar
    family 1500 everything data both phones have insurance and i pay 127 a month
    01-15-10 05:10 PM
  17. michikade's Avatar
    You dont call your voice mail? Those get charged minutes.
    Nope. Google Voice since they took the forwarding charge away.

    Before that I used my work phone.
    01-15-10 05:46 PM
  18. bllackkman's Avatar
    I dont think Sprint has a 4G phones yet
    01-15-10 06:07 PM
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