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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Lobo, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. Lobo

    Lobo Well-Known Member
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    .. i have the 45$ voice and data with the 1000 sent message option.. the reason im asking is never got the call dispay because that is 8 a month.. but i hear there are add on plans for 15 and 25$ that give calldisplay and unlimited text.. now my question is there just a cheap voice plan and a cheap data plan i can get so i can get one of these add ons and keep it around the current 52 bucks?
     

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  2. samuelmaskell

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    By far the best deal is the 35 dollar value back. If you can find a 15 dollar voice plan you're good to go. Won't get many minutes with that though..
     
  3. Lobo

    Lobo Well-Known Member
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    i dont talk much on my cell.. mostly text as far as communicating with my contacts go
     
  4. samuelmaskell

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    then definitely get that. Voice mail, call display, unlimited messaging, and 500mb for 35 bucks. 500mb and unlimited messaging are 25 each I believe so..
     
  5. Eelok

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    problem is rogers makes you sign up for a $45 voice and data plan to get the phone for a hundred bucks.
     
  6. samuelmaskell

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    Yes but that 35 doesn't include a voice plan so just add the cheapest one and you're good to go.
     
  7. Lobo

    Lobo Well-Known Member
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    yeah when i got mine i just chose the 45 one they offered but she told me as long as i got a voice and a data i could change to whatever.. i just dont want to pay the 8 bucks more for call display when it comes with some of the other add-ons ...
     
  8. timbro

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    i have an old $10 250 minutes voice plan and the $35 plan
     
  9. Donkey3000

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    I have the 6GB $30 plan and am on a family plan. I'm on a $10 essentials plan (grandfathered plan I believe for oice mail, call display ... all the other crap) that I pay $11 for some reason but its cheaper than the newer plans with the extras. Over all I spend about $65/month before my bundling discounts and taxes. As for the 500MB data ... I exceed that very easily. I used nearly 2GB in June and I was trying to be conservative with it (although I do enjoy streaming music while I shop for groceries). I also have all my emails to check in 5 minute intervals (push setup for exchange).
     
  10. hmdsidd

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    Well I dont know the exact plans that i'm on (as i get multiple discounts from Rogers :D), but this is what i have:

    My 5 x2 (so it's basically My 10)
    250 + 100 weekday minutes
    unlimited evenings and weekends (evenings start at 6)

    2500 Sent txt/unl. rec
    call forward/caller ID/voicemail

    6GB data

    I pay $58 overall including taxes and syst access fee


    I'm getting a pretty good deal, I think.
     
  11. bigmann77

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    i believe i have one of the best plans offered as my dad has been a LONGGG time customer since the cantel and at&t days...

    i currently get:
    350 daytime minutes
    unlimited networking (rogers to rogers, rogers to fido)
    unlimited text messaging
    unlimited evenings and weekends at 5
    unlimited data (6GB)
    caller id and voice mail

    all for $45 FLAT no system access fee
     
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