Cancel to get $60 a month

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rayjack8, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. rayjack8

    rayjack8 Member
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    I didn't know until i read it here that i should of just bought the unlock version and get the even more plus plan for $60 a month.

    I already order the $179 with the two yrs for $80. You think i can just cancel that (but keep my current N1), and have google charge me the $350 and sign up for the even more plus plan?


    Thanks
     

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  2. iPhoneMilk

    iPhoneMilk Well-Known Member
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    hmmm that's a good question, but the phone you will be getting still won't be an unlocked phone
     
  3. giomasterg

    giomasterg Well-Known Member
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    It should work that way.. Just pop in your T-Mobile sim card and your good to go... don't quote me on that though... best bet is to call and ask
     
  4. rayjack8

    rayjack8 Member
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    ok thanks. I'll try it when i get it tomorrow or friday.
     
  5. shyguymw

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    Or would it be best to stick out the first 120 days with the contract price, and then cancel paying the $200 to T-Mobile for early termination. You wouldn't have to pay the $350 to Google after those first 120 days have passed, and then you can select your new plan option with a new account?

    Does this even work? Is the ETF on T-Mobile still $200?
     
  6. iPhoneMilk

    iPhoneMilk Well-Known Member
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    I think so... but when you factor in the 120 days worth of 79.99 a month i mean... it's all the same money in the end
     
  7. rayjack8

    rayjack8 Member
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    This is my math.

    If you go $80 * 4 month (120 days) = $320 + $200(termination fee) + $180(phone price) = 700

    And $60 * 4 = $240 + $530 (phone price) = 770
    So you will save more money by keeping it for 120 days. Should work but never know until you try.
     
  8. shyguymw

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    Actually upon reading the Terms of Sale, it looks like you can just return to Google within 14 days (30 days in Cali) and not have to pay the $350 or the ETF. Seems like that is the best route if you don't mind the up front $530.
     
  9. Spriter

    Spriter Well-Known Member
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    Quick question: What's to stop people from ordering the $39.99 Talk + Text even more plus plan and then add the $10/month web2go internet.

    I heard that web2go also gives you 3g where available ... so wouldn't it be cheaper to go that route?
     
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