I'm new to this forum, if I've posted in the wrong place or this question has been answered elsewhere, please accept my apologies and I'll crawl back into my cave. I have 3 existing Sprint lines, month-to-month now after contract expired. I'd like to do the following: Get a "Everything data family" plan Get 3 new EVOs Activate only 1 EVO, other 2 family members are non-technical, couldn't care less about gadgets and want to keep their old phones they know how to use Sell 2 brand new in-box EVOs on ebay for about $500 each (that price might go down as supply increases, but still should be a nice profit over the $199 I'll pay for the phones) De-activate the $10/mo 4G surcharge on the other 2 lines Of course I'll be committed to a 2-year contract on the "Everything data family" plan and the other 2 lines will make minimal use of the data, but it's still a lot cheaper to do it this way than to create a new individual plan for the EVO and keep the basic family plan for the other 2 phones. Any flaw in that plan? Thanks.