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  1. #21  
    The process is the same as if you were doing a transfer of liability with any other carrier. Both parties would need to be in Sprint store (or any other carrier's store) at the same time, no matter what the location is. I did a TOL with someone in California, and it was a piece of cake. Once both parties are at their respective stores, it takes a mere 5-10 minutes to get everythig switched over.
  2.    #22  
    CelltradeUSA has been of no help with this either. I've been emailing them for some info. on how exactly this is done (steps I have to take, paperwork I need, etc.). I thought they were supposed to prepare this stuff for us if we paid the $19.99. They haven't responded to any of my emails.
  3. #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by Tastypeppers View Post
    Yeah, your unlimited texting deal is tempting.

    I'm walking away from a great text deal on T-Mobile in favor of the $100/month 2,500 minute SERO plan. I figure I could add text messaging later at Sprint and still spend less than I do at T-Mobile considering voice/data/text/etc.

    Now. Roaming internationally has suddenly become a REAL problem with Sprint. And I don't have wifi in Starbucks via T-Mobile anymore.

    I hope you find someone to take your contract.
    TastyPeppers could still cancel his/her deal within 30 days to take advantage of the unlimited text and port the T-Mobile number over...
  4. #24  
    man..im wondering why you are having so much trouble unloading this...this seems like a great deal....if i didn't already have a sero account, i'd be all over this
  5.    #25  
    I'm actually at my Sprint store right now doing the transfer with someone.
  6.    #26  
    Well, the transfer didn't work out. Sprint screwed up the first two attempts and then we both agreed to go home and try again tomorrow. Later on though, the person who was going to take over my contract found out that he would have to sign a two year agreement with my SERO contract if he wanted to port his number over from Verizon.

    So my SERO contract is available again.
  7.    #27  
    I'd really hate for this plan to go to waste by paying the ETF and cancelling it.
  8. #28  
    Do you have a 700p to go with it?
  9.    #29  
    Nope. Dunno if you've read my posts above, but you have to provide your own phone.
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi View Post
    CelltradeUSA has been of no help with this either. I've been emailing them for some info. on how exactly this is done (steps I have to take, paperwork I need, etc.). I thought they were supposed to prepare this stuff for us if we paid the $19.99. They haven't responded to any of my emails.
    CellTradeUSA doesn't have anything to do with the TOL process, All it's there for, is to list what you're offering.
  11. #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi View Post
    Well, the transfer didn't work out. Sprint screwed up the first two attempts and then we both agreed to go home and try again tomorrow. Later on though, the person who was going to take over my contract found out that he would have to sign a two year agreement with my SERO contract if he wanted to port his number over from Verizon.

    So my SERO contract is available again.
    How does Sprint screw up the first two attempts? I don't know what the problem would've been, but I've never had any problems, and not spent more than 10 minutes in the store when doing a TOL.

    As far as a new contract would go, there's no reason why the person taking over your plan would have to sign a new contract. They would simply take over where you left off. Porting over a number wouldn't have anything to do with it either. If the Sprint store tried to tell him he had to sign a brand new contract right then and there, they were wrong.
  12. #32  
    Well, the first time was a communication issue and the 2nd time the fax machine at my location wasnt working. I called later that night and the CSR at Sprint told me that I would have to sign a new 2 year agreement. At that point I took the hint and decided just to bag the idea and just sign up for a new SERO plan
  13. #33  
    Quote Originally Posted by dstudboy1 View Post
    I called later that night and the CSR at Sprint told me that I would have to sign a new 2 year agreement.
    That CSR lied to you.
  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestDrummer View Post
    That CSR lied to you.
    Yeah there is no point in transferring if the other person has to do a 2 year agreement. They might as well just sign up for a new contract themselves.
    PDA History: Handspring Visor > Toshiba e335 > Palm T|X > Palm Treo 700wx > AT&T Tilt & Treo 750
    Phone History: Unknown Nokia > Nokia 6340i > Motorola V551 > Motorola e815 > Palm Treo 700wx > AT&T Tilt & Treo 750
  15.    #35  
    Except that they won't get unlimited text for only $2.99 if they sign up for a new SERO plan.

    It's unfortunate that the CSR lied to him, he could have had my plan now.
    Last edited by IsLNdbOi; 02/14/2007 at 11:04 AM.
  16. #36  
    Just tossin' it out there...

    Did you try to advertise this over at SprintUsers.com?
  17.    #37  
    Up. Still available.
  18. #38  
    if you included a phone it might sell... dunno though....
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  19.    #39  
    If I had a phone, I'd ask for $500 as well and the contract would be extended an additional two years. I have an unopened Samsung IP-830W and if I decide to keep it, the contract extends two years and I'd need that $500 back. So:

    You can take my SERO contract w/o phone. Contract ends Nov. 27 this year.

    or

    You can take my SERO contract w/ Samsung IP-830W and give me $500. Contract ends Nov. 27, 2009.
  20. #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi View Post
    If I had a phone, I'd ask for $500 as well and the contract would be extended an additional two years. I have an unopened Samsung IP-830W and if I decide to keep it, the contract extends two years and I'd need that $500 back. So:

    You can take my SERO contract w/o phone. Contract ends Nov. 27 this year.

    or

    You can take my SERO contract w/ Samsung IP-830W and give me $500. Contract ends Nov. 27, 2009.
    I was talking a free phone... even a cheap one....

    I already have sero... wanted a 700wx.

    Good luck to you... if you bail now and pay eft you could save $70.
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