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Discussion in 'US Cellular' started by tritiumman, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. tritiumman

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    Has any had a sneak peak at the new plans USSC will offer? Will we be forced to switch?
     

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    I saw the price setup. That 10gig plan sure looked tempting, but daaaang... $90 a month? That's steep. I get that it still has tethering included, but I'd rather just use FoxFi. I wish USCC would just go with a real unlimited plan and make it competitive.

    If the plans really work themselves out the way they seem to be, I might be switching over to a prepaid network once my contract is up.
     
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    do you have a link to the pricing.
     
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    I see the new plans are official. I'm not liking them at all....
     
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    A word to the wise...just make sure that you compare the cost of your current plan/s to the cost of a new plan. As with me, my current plans (which include 2 phones w/5G each and 1500 minutes to share) are much better, and cheaper, than the new offerings, unless I want the 10G plan. If I switch to a new phone I still get to keep my current plans.
     
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    Thanks for bringing this info here. I totally agree with you...not liking the new plans at all!
     

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