Family Talk 1400 Vs Family Talk 700

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Family Talk 1400 Vs Family Talk 700

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I currently have family talk 1400. We use about 60 minutes each month and have 11500 plus rollover. I know I will lose my rollover if I change plans but Im not worried about that. Im looking for any differences between the two plans other than just minutes. Will I be losing any features going from the the 1400 to the 700 Family Talk ? It seems that at the time I chose the 1400 I did so because going lower would mean losing a feature but I cannot seem to see what it is. I tried to locate a side by side comparison feature but there does not seem to be one.
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bmsrn wrote:
I currently have family talk 1400. We use about 60 minutes each month and have 11500 plus rollover. I know I will lose my rollover if I change plans but Im not worried about that. Im looking for any differences between the two plans other than just minutes. Will I be losing any features going from the the 1400 to the 700 Family Talk ? It seems that at the time I chose the 1400 I did so because going lower would mean losing a feature but I cannot seem to see what it is. I tried to locate a side by side comparison feature but there does not seem to be one.


FT700 does not qualify for A-List for a start

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Only differences: 1400 min plan includes "A-List" where you can add any 10 numbers from any other carrier/landline service and if you go over 1400 min its .40/min and for 700 min its .45/min.

 

The features are essentially the same ex. nights and weekends unl and start at 9pm and end 6am, caller id, call forwarding, etc.

 

If you have the family unl msging package and at least 700 min or higher family plan you can get mobile to any mobile where you can call any cell phone (ex. verizon, sprint, t-mobile, cricket, etc)  in the U.S, virgin isands, and puerto rico for free and wont count against your mins. Though calling your voicemail will still take away from mins.

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