View Single Post
Old October 1st, 2012, 07:57 AM   #906 (permalink)
flakito97
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2011
Posts: 1,030
 
Device(s):
Carrier: Not Provided

Thanks: 485
Thanked 178 Times in 132 Posts
dtorr1118@gmail.com
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by HereticSins View Post
So after making some calculations, I will be saving 120 dollars on sprint on a two year contract with two galaxy s3's for me and my gf.
Sprint- 140*24= 3360+50+50=$3460.
Metro- 110*24=2640+520+520=$3680
Even on Verizon it wouldn't be that much different.
140*24=3360+200+200=3760.
Not that much and for good service and speeds.
Yeah metro you don't have to keep your service but then why pay 500 dollars for a phone? Oh and on contract you can get a discount on another phone.
Just food for thought.
Can anyone give me reasons why being on one of the big four on contract is bad? Never been on one.
Sprint has things called surcharges and random fees that make you end up paying more so... plus on metro you don't have to worry about a cancellation fee of 250 or more for a line... . And trust me things happen when you least expect it. Another thing is if you miss a payment it starts to affect your credit. Which of course I'm suffering with ATM since I still owe sprint over 350 bucks for canceling a 2 year contract. And whenever it comes to getting a car or apt. First thing they always mention is "Sprint bill" -___-. So yea. Buy the phone at 500 and I promise in a Years run you'll see yourself paying much less
flakito97 is offline  
Reply With Quote