You're right ... it doesn't.
The Sero site should be watched a little closer, lol. Small mistakes make it by. Since when does the Treo 700WX have Sprint TV capability?
You're right ... it doesn't.
I'm asking for opinions. I have the SERO 500 plan that had night and weekends starting at 9:00pm. I was given unlimited text messages for $8 with a recurring $8 dollar credit and nights and weekends starting at 6:00pm for $10 with a $10 recurring credit.
I found out that my 6pm nights and weekend code expires in 2008 but there is no expiration date on my free unlimited text messages.
With the SERO 500 plan now including unlimited text messages as part of the plan and 7pm for nights and weekend I'm not sure if I should switch to the new SERO plan which would require I extend my contract for another 2 years (I'm 6 months into my contract)
Any thoughts on the subject?
Originally Posted by rusty1492
Sounds like you have a pretty sweet deal, I wouldn't even bother messing with it until your 6pm nights end. When that happens you could just make sure it's switched to 7pm not 9pm or even try to get your 6pm extended again.
I don't think you have to have your contract extended anyways to get those added on, I got unl/text added with no extension like many others.
One thing you may want to consider though is, some people in the same boat as you (with the free texting and a credit each month) have reported getting switched to free texting and CS accidently left on the $8 credit making it extra sweet.
Of course that's highly YMMV situation.
Is the SERO plan include the same thing I would get with the Sprint Power Vision Business Pack or just the Sprint Power Vision Access Pack? I want to be able to sync my outlook accounts.
Then does the 755p have sprint tv enabled ? Anybody know or MMS?Originally Posted by j4ceon
Originally Posted by outbreakm
It's just the Access to the Internet. IT's not even really a package, just unlimited Internet access.
I know the Treo 755p has MMS, I am not sure about SprintTVOriginally Posted by lun3rst4r15
Its got SprintTV support.Originally Posted by lun3rst4r15
Should have SprintTV - the 700p did.
If I got a Sprint 6700 and the $30 plan would I be all set to go or would I need something else in order to use it?
Will I be able to sync my outlook email accounts using the 6700?Originally Posted by fusiclover
You would be good to go. Since the SERO account includes unlimited data you will be able to surf the net free of charge out of the box. Good luck.Originally Posted by Sasage
Nope that's it, it includes unlimited data plus you can tether right out of the box if you need or want.Originally Posted by Sasage
One thing to consider though is the 6800 is coming out soon, most likely either toward the end of June or in the Fall (2 very different rumors).
If you got the 6700 and they bring out the 6800 in June you could just do an exchange if you want (30 days exchange).
You hear a lot of griping about the 6700 but I have had no problems at all, it's been outstanding, in my opinion.
Some people around here tend to be fanboys for certain phones.It makes me laugh when I see people saying blah blah blah get a Treo instead. The Treo is a very good phone as well (especially if you text a lot) but the huge screen on the 6700 is one of the things that sold me for me as I do a lot of internet and use ORB to watch movies, tv shows, and other videos.
What people seem to forget is that different people have different wants and needs for their phone so it all depends on what your needs are.
Make sure you get the insurance then if anything ever does happen your 6700 down the line youshould be able to get it replaced with a 6800 anyway.
Last edited by primenall; 05-28-2007 at 03:34 PM.
I got a 700p before they were gone from the sero site...no...anyone know about rebates...if i can get one?