Evo 4g and Everything plus referral program?

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  1. droidtime

    droidtime Well-Known Member
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    Will the Evo 4g be compatible w/ the Everything Plus Referral program? I'm switching from an ATT family plan to (hopefully) an Everything Plus Referral program when this phone comes out. So I have no experience with what kinds of phones work with the program. Hell, is the Hero even applicable with this program? Thanks guys :)
     

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  2. billsmed

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    You might have to ask this question in the Sprint forum here at AF.
     
  3. SprintTerp

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    I dunno what that plan is...
     
  4. Eguy

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    Call the EPRP phone number and ask them. I think they allow new phones on those plans as long as you are a new Sprint customer. They may not know yet though.
     
  5. twospirits

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    It is what used to be the SERO (Sprint Employee Referral Offer) and now is this at a bit higher price.

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  6. kronium

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    A lot of times you can use a discount code with sprint to get an equivalent plan cheaper than the Everything Plus Referral program. My union has a 22% off code with sprint, so my $70 everything plan is about $5 cheaper than the EPRP plan($60). You can't use discount codes with EPRP either and have to jump through hoops when upgrading your phone or playing around with your account.
     
  7. capthr

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    kronium is correct. If you are eligible for a corporate discount you are better off with the everything plan at $70.00 minus the discount(usually 10-25%) because you would then be eligible for Premier status which among other benefits allows you to upgrade every year instead of 22 mos. This is the site to apply for discount http://sprint-discount.com.
     
  8. IOWA

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    Everything plus will not work with any smartphone. Period.
     
  9. capthr

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    everything plus works with all smartphones, SERO works only with Windows smartphones now, probably will not work with WM7

    http://delivery.sprint.com/m/p/nxt/epc/epclanding.asp enter Russ.S.McGuire@Sprint.com and 383
     
  10. dandm4life

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    those are basically the prices you get with a corporate discount though.
     
  11. capthr

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    your right, if you can get a corp discount you are better off
     
  12. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants
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    Look at the everything plus website it clearly states it is not combatible with most newer smartphones.
     
  13. capthr

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    Actually YOU need to re-read it. It says the MESSAGING PLANS(no data) are not compatible. You must have the DATA PLAN. If you looked at the order page EVERY PDA phone is included, all the BB's, Hero, Moment Pre, Pixi etc.
     
  14. CyberSS

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    Partially untrue- there are two programs availbable.. Everything Plus Data, and Everything Plus Messaging. Now if you chose the Messeging plan, then the newer smartphones are incompatible with that plan due to the fact that they require you to get the more expensive plan which includes data. The Everything Plus Data plan is what you need to focus on getting. I expect the Evo will be covered under this plan.
     
  15. CyberSS

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    Beat me to it.. lol
     
  16. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants
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    Well, I withdraw my statement. It seems I have confused SERO with the new everything plus plans. When I read not compatible with blah blah I assumed it was with both plans.

    That's why assumptions are dangerous.
     
  17. twospirits

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    lol So true.
     
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