out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

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out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

 

 

- is this correct, thank you

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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

I am a little confused with the Mobile Share Value plan :

- I would like to get the 300mb shared plan for $20

- I see for a smartphone under 2 year contract is $40/phone

- currently I have 2 smartphones: one smartphone is under 2 year contract and the other completed the contact last month

- so would my total be:
$20+$40+$25= $85
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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

Yes, that would be the pricing, plus applicable taxes and fees.
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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

That pricing is correct, but it could get very expensive for you as well.  300MB is not much data for a single smartphone to use each month, and you plan to share it across 2 phones.  You will pay $20 for each additional 300MB of data you use in excess of the first 300MB.  Are you sure this is what you want, when you can get a 500MB or 1GB plan for only a few dollars more each month?  Both of those plans have better pricing for your data if you go over the limit in a month too.


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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

Appreciate all the replies , yeah your right I will go for the 1gb shared plan... thanks

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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan


docsho wrote:
I am a little confused with the Mobile Share Value plan :

- I would like to get the 300mb shared plan for $20

- I see for a smartphone under 2 year contract is $40/phone

- currently I have 2 smartphones: one smartphone is under 2 year contract and the other completed the contact last month

- so would my total be:
$20+$40+$25= $85

If the contract for the phone still under contract started before Feb, it should also qualify for the no-contract pricing. 

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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan


sandblaster wrote:

docsho wrote:
I am a little confused with the Mobile Share Value plan :

- I would like to get the 300mb shared plan for $20

- I see for a smartphone under 2 year contract is $40/phone

- currently I have 2 smartphones: one smartphone is under 2 year contract and the other completed the contact last month

- so would my total be:
$20+$40+$25= $85

If the contract for the phone still under contract started before Feb, it should also qualify for the no-contract pricing. 


Does the discount apply to the 300MB Mobile Share plans?  For some reason I thought that the discount only applied to data plans 2GB or higher.  I would love to be wrong here though.


Jerry B.
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Re: out of contract pricing for mobile share value plan

The special for the no contract pricing, you're right only applies for the 2gb+.

But lines that are truly out of contract, still get the discount


confirmed here: www.myattrpc.com


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