View Poll Results: Do you get a discount from your company for cell phone service?

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  • Yes, I have a discount available

    80 86.02%
  • No, I don't get a discount

    10 10.75%
  • I have a discount available, but I choose not to use it (home service, don't need it, etc)

    3 3.23%
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    #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by xwhizx View Post
    I pay $30/month for unlimited everything. It's an OLD corporate plan.
    DAMN! i wouldn't leave sprint for anything either!
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    #22  
    I have Sprint Adv F&F 500. It's $30/month with 500 landline minutes and everything else is unlimited.
  3. #23  
    20% off every carrier but Sprint is still a lot cheaper than everyone else and signal is good at home (better than at&T or tmobile), ok at work (similar to At&T worse than verizon but I can roam on verizon ).
  4. #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by danh35 View Post
    I used to work for Sprint as a 3rd party retail sales rep (basically I stood in Wal-Marts trying to get people to buy Sprint phones.) I haven't worked for them in a few years, but they still haven't taken me off the plan they gave me. That's why it's hard for me to leave Sprint, I get 3000 minutes and unlimited data and texts for under $40 a month taxes included. I really hope Sprint gets another WebOS phone, even with other discounts from AT&T or Verizon, I'd still be paying almost double of what I am now if I switched.
    I'm in the same situation. I briefly worked for Radio Shack in 2005 and got on the 3rd-party reseller plan then. Still on it. It's the same plan as yours, except it only costs me $20 a month. Of course, I'm never eligible for an upgrade, but given the stupid amount of money I save, I don't care one bit.

    Touchscreens are a fad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syndil View Post
    I'm in the same situation. I briefly worked for Radio Shack in 2005 and got on the 3rd-party reseller plan then. Still on it. It's the same plan as yours, except it only costs me $20 a month. Of course, I'm never eligible for an upgrade, but given the stupid amount of money I save, I don't care one bit.

    Yeah, that's the same plan as mine, $20 base, but when I set it up, they had $5/month add on for unlimited roaming and I have the equipment protection also, so with taxes and everything it totals between $35 and $40 each month. If you are out of contract, you can try upgrading at Best Buy and you'll probably keep the plan. When I got my Pre, I bought it at Best Buy for the upgrade price fully expecting to have to switch to a normal plan, but after the sales rep set it up, I asked him what plan I was on, and he said they same one you had.
  6.    #26  
    Wow.. That's a lot of discounting going on!

    I just started a new job today. I need to ask them about discounts.
  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by danh35 View Post
    If you are out of contract, you can try upgrading at Best Buy and you'll probably keep the plan. When I got my Pre, I bought it at Best Buy for the upgrade price fully expecting to have to switch to a normal plan, but after the sales rep set it up, I asked him what plan I was on, and he said they same one you had.
    Unless things have changed, Sprint allows you to take an upgrade discount only if you are on a plan that costs $35 a month or greater.
    Touchscreens are a fad.
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