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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by djg08642, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. djg08642

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  2. maniacman54

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    use this on VZW. same thing: PRMCD10
    and smartbuy30 gets you $30. it's worked for some
     
  3. djg08642

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    Yeah, I ran through the checkout process to see what my price would be.

    299.99
    - Online discount
    - NE2
    = 149.99
    - PRMCD10
    = 134.99

    The smartbuy30 code wouldn't work for me and I'd still have to pay $8.99 for overnight shipping (because I'm impatient).

    I'm so torn, though. Nobody in my family plan is eligible for an upgrade until March 2011 and I'm not sure I want to wait that long for a new phone. I'm perfectly happy with my DROID and I'm not sure I'd like not having a physical keyboard. I'm one of the few that actually use and love the DROID physical keyboard. I just love having new toys. I think I'm going to hold off.

    I just don't want to end up with buyer's remorse.

    Fin.
     
  4. kheovnien

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    wirefly also has $50 BING cashback and no tax. makes me a happy camper because california charges tax on the FULL PRICE of cell phones (tax would be $50 for me!). ultimately, for new customers in california it's
    Verizon: $200 - $20 (10% coupon) = $180 + $50 tax + $35 activation = $265
    Wirefly: $180 + $35 activation - $50 BING = $165 :eek::eek::eek:
     
  5. maniacman54

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    i ended up not doing it because it started getting confusing to just upgrade the secondary line on a family plan
     
  6. Wirefly

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    Hey, maniacman54,
    Where did you get confused? Let me know and I'll try to walk you through the process. I'd be happy to help.

    To upgrade a non-primary line, just click on the "See All Plans" link under "Customize Your Plan Option" on right of page. Then select "add-on-line upgrade" and you're on your way.

    Thanks,
    Wirefly Jeff
     
  7. PolishPauL

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    Yea it is confusing. I didnt pay attention to that and ended up with a plan with 450 minutes. Figured out how to change it afterwards. I tried to call em but the machine told me to go to a site and message em. Hopefully they get the message in time and they dont screw up my plan.
     
  8. T66T

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    how do you do an upgrade for a secondary line? all it shows is new plans
     
  9. Wirefly

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    Yes, it is confusing and certainly not intuitive. It's not a simple transaction for us to process.

    But, here's how to do it:
    To upgrade a non-primary line, just click on the "See All Plans" link under "Customize Your Plan Option" on right of page. Then select add-on-line upgrade and you're on your way.

    If you have any questions, I'm here to help.

    Thanks,
    Wirefly Jeff
     
  10. PolishPauL

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    1) Click renew / upgrade my contract
    2) Add to cart
    3) Then the next page will load up and you click change plan.
    For some reason, you cant do it before you add it to your cart.
     
  11. Wirefly

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    Hey, PolishPaul,
    PM me your order # and the plan you want, and I'll make sure it's correct.
     
  12. Wirefly

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    You can to do it prior to adding it to your cart by clicking on "See All Plans" link, as I mentioned in previous posts.
     
  13. T66T

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    that seems to give me 2 droids which i don't really need, and if i remove one of them the whole plan gets removed
     
  14. Wirefly

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    Hmmm ... that doesn't seem right. Try emptying your cart and start over.
    Then click "See All Plans"
    and
    Select the top one: Nationwide Talk Family SharePlan - Add-on Line Upgrade
     
  15. krichek

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    Hi Wirefly I sent you a pm but not sure if you have those turned off or not. Anyway I could get you to look at my post in this thread http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-x/122230-wirefly-50-00-back-offer.html

    And provide a bit of clarification please? Thanks!
     
  16. T66T

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    its really confusing. whats the difference between the shareplan add-on line upgrade and the shareplan unlimited add-on upgrade? they both give me the option to choosing a text message plan but my current family plan is unlimited
     
  17. Wirefly

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    Sorry if I added to the confusion. Let me try to clarify:
    To upgrade a secondary line:
    1. Select "See All Plans" link below "Customize Your Plan Option"

    2. In pop-up, you will have 2 choices:
    Add-on line upgrade -- Choose this for all non-unlimited plans
    Add-on line upgrade unlimited - Choose this if you're existing plan is unlimited

    3. Text messaging options: If you have an unlimited talk/text plan you don't need to select a text messaging option, and even if you do, it will be ignored when the order is processed.
    If you don't have an unlimited talk/text plan, you need to select a new text messaging option.

    Better? ;)

    If not, let me know.
     
  18. T66T

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    yes that is perfect, thank you
     
  19. Wirefly

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    Hey djg08642,
    Thanks a bunch for posting our deal to the forum. Not to be ungrateful, but I do wish the price in the thread title reflected the $50 Bing Cashback? :rolleyes:

    Blows $199.99 away if you drop it to $129.99.
     
  20. mahers

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    Wirefly Jeff,

    I am the primary line and just finished 12 months on a 2yr contract. I know I can get a new 2yr from VZW, but your site just confuses me. It's asking me to pick a plan, and I don't see the plan I have. ($69.99 + $9.99 for 700 minutes on 3 lines). Can you guide me thru the steps, please?
     
  21. JubbaTheHutt

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    For BingCashback, you'll need to create an account or just tie it to a hotmail address.

    Bing Shopping

    Once you've created an account, use IE (seeing as it's a MS based program) and go to bing.com. Search "Wirefly" and click the link in the banner at the top indicating "$50 Bing Cashback".

    It will forward you to the site, where you will place your order, and should later receive a notice for $50 via Bing Cashback via whichever email address you added to your Bing Cashback account.
     
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  22. mahers

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    I remembered I had an account right after I posted it, so I changed my post. I still can't figure out how to up my contract, so hopefully I can get an answer from Jeff soon, since they post that supplies are limited!
     
  23. ghdtpdna

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    I just ordered for my friend.
    179.99 no tax - 50BCB - no activation (somehow worked).
     
  24. mahers

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    I got mine to work too, but then Wirefly emailed me and told me it was cancelled. Apparently in its corporate greed, VZW won't let 3rd parties sell me a phone becasue I am not eligible for a standard upgrade. I am only eligible for the early upgrade which means I am 12 months into a 2yr contract. To get a phone from Wirefly, Amazon, or Costco, I would need to wait until my NE2 date which is Jan 2011. Guess I'm stuck paying $233 to VZW rather than $129 to Wirefly! :mad: (If I wait, I am sure of several things: I would pay $50 less, the phone and accessories will be much cheaper by then, and VZW will have 2-3 newer phones out by then. But I can't wait another 6 months!!!
     

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