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    First off, I hope this is the correct place to post this. Otherwise, if a moderator could move it to an appropriate location, that would be great.

    I currently have a T-Mobile plan. It's listed on CellTradeUSA.com:

    http://www.celltradeusa.com/cellular/10917

    Basically, here is what I'm offering:

    • A 12 month contract - Instead of signing up for a 2 year deal, this one only locks you in for one year. The contract ends in February 2008.
    • Free phone - I have a Samsung e315 included. You can always use your own T-Mobile phone if you have one, or just buy one on eBay. It also comes with an AC charger.

    But here's the deal that I did not list on CellTradeUSA - To do the change of responsibility through CTUSA, I have to pay $20. But there's another option. It's tremendously easy to arrange with T-Mobile the change of responsibility. We can make the arrangement with T-Mobile, you and myself. If you do that, I'll put a $20 credit on the account for you, then give the contract to you.

    The neat thing about doing the change of responsibility is, if you have a family plan with T-Mobile, you can take this line under your name, then just add it to a family plan - either as a second line with yours making it a family plan, or adding it to a family line already in place, making this line just $9.99 a month extra. The contract would still be only 12 months, and you wouldn't obviously pay the $40/month if you change it over to a family plan.

    So if you want to talk about it or have a question, shoot me a private message and we can talk.


    Edit: I also have a Nokia 3390 that I'll include that comes with an AC charger and car charger. Here are some pictures of each phone:

    http://reviews.cnet.com/sc/20646681-2-200-0.gif
    http://www.livingroom.org.au/camerap...msung_E315.jpg

    There are some scratches on each unit, and the T-Mobile writing is rubbed off for the most part. But as for functionality and phone quality, both are working great.
    Last edited by Loyalty4Life; 02/09/2007 at 10:40 AM.
    The Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #100 - "Never begin a business negotiation on an empty stomach."

    Take over my T-Mobile 12 month Contract - 12 months left, $39.99, free phones, and $40 credit

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/showthread.php?t=136424
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    Did you hear of http://www.cellswapper.com ? They let you post your plan for FREE. You might as well post your plan there too, and it could save you $20.
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    Don't waste your time with either of them. Resellular.com [ http://www.resellular.com ] is free to post and transfer your cell phone contracts.
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    In hopes that someone might be interested in my 1 year contract, instead of a $20 credit on the account, I'll double it and make it a $40 credit. So basically your first month of service is on me.

    In case you're iffy about a change of responsibility, have no worries. It is easy, and my account is in good order with no problems, etc. This seems to be a better option for one who's looking for a cell phone contract. Why be in a two year bind when you can go for just one and go from there?
    The Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #100 - "Never begin a business negotiation on an empty stomach."

    Take over my T-Mobile 12 month Contract - 12 months left, $39.99, free phones, and $40 credit

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/showthread.php?t=136424

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