1. djbrianfalls's Avatar
    DATA:

    $29.99 Email and Web (BIS) this gets you unlimited wireless data to and from the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    $24.99 10 MB Enterprise use (BES), covers up to 10 MB of data transfer to the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    $44.99 Unl Enterprise use -only for customers needing a secrue work server (BES), this gets you unlimited wireless data to and from the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    PRICE PLANS:

    $39.99 - 450 mins
    $59.99 - 900 mins
    $79.99 - 1350 mins
    $99.99 - Unlimited domestic

    All plans get Unl nights and weekends (nights start at 9pm, stop at 6am, weekends run from 9pm fri thru 6am mon)
    All plans get Unl Verizon Wireless MOBILE to MOBILE, do not call me asking if you can call grandpa who has a VZ landline for free!
    All plans get 3 way calling, call forwarding, caller id, etc.

    FAMILY SHARE

    ALL FS secondary lines cost $9.99

    FS Basic PRIMARIES:

    $60 700 mins
    $80 1400
    $100 2100
    $140 3000
    $190 4000
    $290 6000

    All FS lines get the same basic calling features as single lines, mob to mob, N&W, etc

    SINGLE LINES with data IN the cost of the ppl (Unl BES for $30 basically - only for SINGLE lines)

    $79.99 450 mins
    $99.99 900 mins
    $109.99 1350 mins
    $129.99 Unlimited


    TEXTING

    cost for txting is PER line!

    ALL bundles include txt/pix/vid
    ALL bundles are sent AND received

    $5 250 msgs
    $10 Unl VZW to VZW/500 off network
    $15 Unl VZW/1500 off net
    $20 Unl VZW/5000 off net'

    SINGLE LINES - $20 UNL to any net
    FAMILY PLANS - $30 flat rate and ALL lines get UNL txting to all networks.

    *** Of course there are more plans and rates but for blackberry users this should cover 90% of users.

    If I missed anything let me know!
    11-18-08 06:59 PM
  2. CarSalesman's Avatar
    If you have an employee discount, whatever percentage, which items above are discounted? Minutes? BIS? Texting? Secondary lines? Tethering?
    11-18-08 09:54 PM
  3. djbrianfalls's Avatar
    discounts will depend, typically only the single, primary lines, and some discounts apply to BIS/BES
    11-18-08 09:58 PM
  4. tennislvr8's Avatar
    If you have an employee discount, whatever percentage, which items above are discounted? Minutes? BIS? Texting? Secondary lines? Tethering?

    Only the first line is discounted, for me the cost of the line, unlimited texting and BB data plan are all discounted.
    11-18-08 09:59 PM
  5. matrix2004's Avatar
    Is there a $29.99 voice plan that Verizon has but doesn't like to advertise? I heard this recently.
    11-18-08 10:10 PM
  6. djbrianfalls's Avatar
    Nope. No such plan exists.
    11-18-08 10:17 PM
  7. jdnlou's Avatar
    Is there a $29.99 voice plan that Verizon has but doesn't like to advertise? I heard this recently.
    There is a 34.99 voice plan that is not advertised. 300 mins per month, but does not include unlimited mobile to mobile. It does still include unlimited nights and weekends and no roaming or long distance charges.
    11-19-08 11:53 AM
  8. scurvydlicious's Avatar
    DATA:

    $29.99 Email and Web (BIS) this gets you unlimited wireless data to and from the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    $24.99 10 MB Enterprise use (BES), covers up to 10 MB of data transfer to the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    $44.99 Unl Enterprise use -only for customers needing a secrue work server (BES), this gets you unlimited wireless data to and from the phone - DOES NOT COVER SMS OR MMS

    .........
    If I missed anything let me know!
    Great job, the only thing, the $24.99 will not be availble for the Storm, nor future Blackberry's.
    11-19-08 12:59 PM
  9. dante13's Avatar
    Thanks for the info on the plans.
    11-19-08 08:18 PM
  10. jyoung's Avatar
    Ok.There are way too many posts out there and my head is spinning trying to grasp all the different situations. My situation is as follows: I use a POP account for personal email as well as gmail, no problem with those. I also have a work account that is of course on an outlook server. We do not have any Blackberry devices that we use, I am the first one. I can retrieve my email from Outlook Web Access.

    So, If I use the Blackberry Desktop redirector and the BIS service will I get my emails wirelessly, via the pushing concept? Also, my calendar and contacts can be synced via cable, correct?

    Am I on the right track?

    What advantage would I have with BIS vs BES?

    Thanks!!
    11-19-08 09:13 PM
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