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Crazy discounts and deals for business owners

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stevetrang, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. stevetrang

    stevetrang Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I just signed up for Sprint EVO through my business rep. I'm getting $100/line ported over, 10% discount on the plan, and I'm getting it overnighted for free tomorrow with no waiting in line. This deal is just nuts. So for 4 lines on the 1500 minute plan, I'm paying $192.97/mo for 4 EVOs.

    PM me if you want details.

  2. alejovh1

    alejovh1 Well-Known Member

    Almost as good as mine :)
    $100 for porting over
    22% monthly discount
    free shipping
    $50 off for purchasing online, paying $149.99 for the evo with no mail in rebates
  3. thezlog

    thezlog Member

    Where do you sign up for the $100 ported line credit? I'm doing two numbers...
  4. saigon

    saigon Member

    Can either of you guys PM me how you are getting the $100 for porting?
  5. DC Steve

    DC Steve Newbie

  6. DC Steve

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  7. stevetrang

    stevetrang Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I haven't tried that website, but it looks like a good deal. My rep took care of me. Unfortunately, he only works with business owners.
  8. DC Steve

    DC Steve Newbie

    Yes it looks like it only works for business users. Oh well. If I decide to get the EVO, selling my iPhone will more then cover my ETF + cost of the EVO. On top of that, my monthly costs would be lower too. Now just please have decent battery life so I can make the switch.
  9. saigon

    saigon Member

    Yeah, I knew that port credit site is only for Business owned accounts, not regular consumers.
  10. ibleedbloo

    ibleedbloo Member

    Anyone know if I could turn my family lan into a business plan? I am a small business owner, but have a 25% corporate discount on my plan which is from a former employer. Could I keep my 25% and still be eligible for $100 port credit?
  11. vladgur

    vladgur Newbie

    Other than $100 credit for porting, youre not getting the best discounts available. 25% discounts are not unheard of(aim/time warner discount for example) for 1500 minute plans. My family of four is on EPRP 1600 minutes(same as 1500 minutes but with 100 minutes more) and we pay $139.99 plus tax.
    Granted EVO is not available for new signups on EPRP but an upgrade is available on some of my lines and thats what im using to score an evo.
    just a FYI
    P.S. See McGuire’s Law Russ McGuire for EPRP codes
  12. stevetrang

    stevetrang Newbie
    Thread Starter

    That quote is with $40/mo in $10 fees that we get to pay for an EVOs. So yes, I'll be paying effectively $10/mo more, but I'm getting EVOs and I won't have to wait in line or preorder.

    Love this forum, and I look forward to seeing all the great info everyone contributes.

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The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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