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EVO $10 4G Apply for Sprint EPRP plans?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by htc.EVOlution, May 13, 2010.

  1. htc.EVOlution

    htc.EVOlution Well-Known Member
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    So i'm sure many people are interested. it is said for the retail plans, but how about the EPRP plans? 10 bucks apply still?
     

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  2. htc.EVOlution

    htc.EVOlution Well-Known Member
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    anyone got any update
     
  3. mhaner

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    I hope it doesn't. I know we get the blackberry stuff for free, so hopefully this is included too.
     
  4. htc.EVOlution

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    backberry is free on eprp? really? since when?
     
  5. mhaner

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    It's free on my account, has been since I got my blackberry
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  6. htc.EVOlution

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    interesting, i didn't know that
     
  7. Bigprimo

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    your paying 10$ a month for the phone its self, you are not paying for a service or plan!

    You are paying this because Sprint feel the phones specs and options give you a premium upgrade over other devices. So in other words because the phone has great specs you have to pay 10$ a month for it.
     
  8. htc.EVOlution

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    irrelevant to EPRP
     
  9. BlackDynamite

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    I am also trying to find out the costs for the Evo on an EPRP plan. Specifically, a family plan.
     
  10. htc.EVOlution

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    plans are listed on the sero website. but i care more about how they charge for the $10 addon
     
  11. RoadRash

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    It's $10 per phone on any account except employee accounts.
     
  12. BlackDynamite

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    Plans for the Evo or just the regular EPRP plans? I am wondering how much a 4 line family plan (all Evos) on the EPRP will cost...
     
  13. htc.EVOlution

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    regular EPRP plans...
     
  14. BlackDynamite

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    So yeah, I know how much those are, lol. I'm trying to find out how much the Evo is on EPRP though. If Blackberry is free, why not Evo?
     
  15. GeneralPatton

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    Sprint has said, $10/mo per EVO regardless of plan due to "exclusive HD content".

    Unless your an employee or whatever, I don't see anyone getting around this $10/mo fee.
     
  16. Android 17

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    It's funny they're saying HD content when the EVO cannot even display HD content. HQ would make more sense.

    Unless they mean that the HDMI port and connecting to higher quality monitors to display HD content is going to be explored much more in the future.

    (No, simply having your EVO display an HD movie stored in your phone doesn't count)
     
  17. htc.EVOlution

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    did an online chat, looks like 10 bucks is required on EPRP
     
  18. BlackDynamite

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    Per device or per plan? 4 line family plan costs $40 extra per month, or $10 extra per month?
     
  19. htc.EVOlution

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    per line
     
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