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    Been lurking on the forums for a while, and have been reading multiple posts about SERO. I want to know if it will work for me.

    I hate making a generic "will you help me" post, but all my post searching (and cutting & pasting into my own files for research) aren't helping me as much as I would like.

    I am currently with Verizon. I have a Treo 650 and NO DATA plan. The $45 a month just seemed too steep. My wife is also with me on Verizon and she just has a basic phone. We currently have a 500 or 600 minute shared family plan with text messaging added in. I would like to upgrade to something with DATA.

    Will SERO allow me to come over from Verizon and get a 700p and my wife a basic phone and allow me to have DATA access. I don't mind paying for a bump in cost for txt messaging. that is fine.

    Will I have to sign a 1 year or 2 year agreement? I have been trying to avoid that as I am keeping my fingers crossed that a new slimmer, cooler Treo will come out in the next year or so and I would like to stay free enough to switch to whatever carrier gets it. but if I can get a good deal through Sprint, then maybe I won't care.

    I was going to try and pick up phones through Ebay and then activate them on Sprint and get the SERO plan. Will that work? Should I just go in to a store and get a phone? Will I get a better deal? Should I get SERO for me and then a DIFFERENT plan for my wife since she doesn't need DATA?

    I've been confused and haven't seen enough info in my posts to help me find a clear answer.

    Here is a quick run down of my questions (to give a summary)
    1. SERO has DATA correct?
    2. Do I have to sign a contract to get it?
    3. I don't have SPRINT phones yet. Get them on ebay or in store?
    4. Should I get a different plan for my wife since she doesn't need DATA?

    I think this is it. Thanks for any help you can give me. I've been reading about the plan for months and it seems to be what I'm looking for.

    Kaivorb
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    SERO is the way to go. I had verizon and wow was it expensive. coverage was great buy my monthly bill wasn't. With sero, you need to go to the sero webite... sprint.com/sero and order online or by calling the number. You can get a treo or other smartphones at some pretty good prices. The thing with sero is that you would have to have a seperate plan for each phone. No big del because all the features and data plan which are included is a steal! So the two $30 sero plans is probally less than you are paying now. So you can create an account for yourself, get a treo than choose a phone for your wife with another sero account. The phones are shipped by fedex. I got mine the next day. Than you can call and port your number over from verizon. I had mine up and running a couple hours after I got delivery. The sprint csr was very helpful. You will have to a sign a two year for each phone but the plan is so cheap it's a no brainer!
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    I believe you still need the referral from a Sprint employee . . . . .

    Sprint Employee Referral Offer

    But yes, the Sero plan cannot be beat. . . .
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    SERO is kinda a marketing ploy. Yes employees can refer but you can also enter savings@sprintemi.com as a valid email. Those who know can sign up because they still have a majority of people visiting Sprint stores and the regular sprint site.

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