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    Page Plus Refill Cards

    Is there anywhere (online or offline) to get Page Plus refill cards at a discount? I don't mean one of those "reward programs" but rather a straight discount, like what cheapphonecards.com offers for other carriers?
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    I have yet to find any discounted cards anywhere, although prepaidonline.com does have a box for a discount code but I haven't been able to find a code yet.

    Ugly Eric mentions on his website though that if you email your real name and email address to him, he will send an invitation to you for $5 off a $25 refill from an unnamed site.

    That's the best I've found thus far.

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    Thank you - I saw that on Ugly Eric's site too, but when I googled Page Plus discounts, I couldn't find anything other than the reward program type offerings on websites I've never used before. I use cheapphonecards a lot, but they don't sell PP cards...

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    The rates are so good now that even without a discount refill, you still get a ****load of cheap minutes if you do the $80 + $10 + $10 deal.

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    Yeah, I'm getting ready to do that soon. Guess I was just looking for an even better deal, LOL! (greedy little me...)

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    I buy mine here:

    http://www.gettalktime.com/weg/gttv2...+Plus+Cellular

    I don't know of a code for a discount, but they don't charge me sales tax.

    I used to get them at http://myminutes.com, but for some bizarre reason, they no longer have PagePlus cards, even though they list them as being available. They had a 4% discount and no sales tax.


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    Thank you for the links! :-)

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    Yeah, looks like the cheapest place you can get them is $1 off on the more expensive cards through eBay . Maybe I'll get a reseller account and start selling them...
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    telecomservices.net has the $80 card for $76. I bought two so far with no problems, although it did take them a while to verify me on my first order.

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    prepaidwireless.com gives $5 off first order of $25 or more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob859
    I buy mine here:

    http://www.gettalktime.com/weg/gttv2...+Plus+Cellular

    I don't know of a code for a discount, but they don't charge me sales tax.

    I used to get them at http://myminutes.com, but for some bizarre reason, they no longer have PagePlus cards, even though they list them as being available. They had a 4% discount and no sales tax.



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    Did anyone notice that Get Talk Time's 1400 minute card is $100.00?
    Last edited by cellular-dude; 06-28-2007 at 06:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellular-dude
    Did anyone notice that Get Talk Time's 1400 minute card is $100.00?
    I did not notice that, but I had some trouble last week when I ordered from them. The pin codes did not come to my email for several days, and only after I called them, which took some doing. It was not easy to get through. I might try Babble Bug next time. They have the 1400 minute card listed as $80:

    http://www.babblebug.com/product_wir...FRlmWAodZ2ej6w


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    Quote Originally Posted by haydeno
    prepaidwireless.com gives $5 off first order of $25 or more
    I just purchased a $25 refill from them today, but they slashed the card price to $24.50 so that the $5 off did not apply. They also did not have the $10 or $80 refill so I'm not likely to buy from them again.

    Babblebug.com has all 4 refill values so I'll purchase from them next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd78749
    The rates are so good now that even without a discount refill, you still get a ****load of cheap minutes if you do the $80 + $10 + $10 deal.
    Probably a dumb questions but this means add $80, wait 120 days, add $10, wait $120 days, and another $10, correct?

    On another thread I saw someone saying that if you do $80 + $10 + $10 you get 1500-something minutes with a one-year expiration. I was a little confused because it sounded like they were saying that if, for example, you add an $80 card on 6/29, your expiration date would be 10/27, then if you added anther $10 card on the same day, your expiration would be 2/24/08 (120 days from 10/27).

    Whereas I thought if you added $80 on 6/29 the date would be 10/27, and if you added another $10 the same day the expiration date would still be 10/27.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbf999
    Probably a dumb questions but this means add $80, wait 120 days, add $10, wait $120 days, and another $10, correct?

    On another thread I saw someone saying that if you do $80 + $10 + $10 you get 1500-something minutes with a one-year expiration. I was a little confused because it sounded like they were saying that if, for example, you add an $80 card on 6/29, your expiration date would be 10/27, then if you added anther $10 card on the same day, your expiration would be 2/24/08 (120 days from 10/27).

    Whereas I thought if you added $80 on 6/29 the date would be 10/27, and if you added another $10 the same day the expiration date would still be 10/27.
    Correct. Expiration time is not added, it's just set based only on when you add money (120 days from that date). What they meant with the $80+$10+$10 for 1 year is by adding money very close to the expiration date.

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