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    Cheap places to refill?

    Prepaidonline.com has refills again. but no discounts

    and the old refills thread seems to be gone.

    places to get cheap refills?

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    Try www.callingmart.com. They offer 3% off retail. Use the code ca3p-1207. It will give you an additional 3% off retail. Good luck!

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    http://www.cellular-360.com

    Quote Originally Posted by fstuff
    Prepaidonline.com has refills again. but no discounts

    and the old refills thread seems to be gone.

    places to get cheap refills?
    http://www.cellular-360.com has discounts on Page Plus Refill Cards. Save $1 on the $25, $2 on the $50 and save $3 on the $80 Card. PINS provided with-in one hour of purchase from 9am - 6pm PST and Pay with Pay Pal or Credit Card. If I get enough of a response, I might run specials with bigger savings every once in a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmjustme
    Use the code ca3p-1207. It will give you an additional 3% off retail. Good luck!
    Actually, it's an additional 3% off the discounted price, not off retail.
    You either have coverage or you have Sprint native, you can't have both.

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    Sorry Dmart, that was worded wrong. You get 3% off retail (10.00-3%=9.70 then 9.70-3%=9.41) meaning the total cost for a 10.00 pin is actually 9.41. I guess I am the only person that thinks this is a good savings. What I usually do is when callingmart offers me a deal on T-Mobile pins, I buy the T-Mobile pin and add a Pageplus pin to my order so I also get the discount on both. I usually take advantage of the 12% and 15% coupon code. So that would make the 10.00 Pageplus pin between 8.54 and 9.02. But most people who use Pageplus do not have a Tmo2go account, so that idea wouldn't help them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmjustme
    Sorry Dmart, that was worded wrong. You get 3% off retail (10.00-3%=9.70 then 9.70-3%=9.41) meaning the total cost for a 10.00 pin is actually 9.41. I guess I am the only person that thinks this is a good savings.
    Not the only one; I just purchased a $9.41 PP PIN on Wed.

    I think that's the best deal going for a $10 card, since some of the other PIN providers charge a fee for under $15.
    What I usually do is when callingmart offers me a deal on T-Mobile pins, I buy the T-Mobile pin and add a Pageplus pin to my order so I also get the discount on both. I usually take advantage of the 12% and 15% coupon code. So that would make the 10.00 Pageplus pin between 8.54 and 9.02. But most people who use Pageplus do not have a Tmo2go account, so that idea wouldn't help them.
    I didn't realize that the TMO code would also apply to the PP portion of a purchase when bought together. That's good to know; thanks for pointign that out.

    I think there are quite a few people with both PP and TMO.

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    Cellular 360,

    Your "buy" button took me to the PayPal site. Is that the only way to purchase your PP refills? I much prefer paying with a simple credit card transaction--too many reports, including on HoFo, about transactions getting compromised in the PayPal system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caminox
    Cellular 360,

    Your "buy" button took me to the PayPal site. Is that the only way to purchase your PP refills? I much prefer paying with a simple credit card transaction--too many reports, including on HoFo, about transactions getting compromised in the PayPal system.
    You Got a PM.

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    Here's a summary of "recent" postings by other HoFoers:

    Prepaidonline.com: no discount code so the $80 card is $80. A rep posted his/her number (1-800-972-2132) and invited forum members to call with problems or for a discount code.
    Prepaidwireless.com: has a $5 promo for referring a friend who becomes a new customer. One member also reported that Ugly Eric gave him a $5 discount code redeemable on a $25 card.
    Cellular-360.com: $80 card is $77--you have to use a credit card on the PayPal site (but you don't have to have a PayPal account). No problems reported.
    Callingmart.com: using Googlecheckout, the $80 card costs $75.27. Callingmart also offers PayPal, but one HoFoer cited problems.
    Telecomservices.net: good prices, but CS issues were reported by some forum members.
    Babblebugs.com: some HoFoers have mentioned Babblebugs (Ugly Eric refers customers to BB) as a good place for refills and that the cost is comparable to others. The site provides the impression that they probably offer a solid service. Your first $80 card would cost $77.60 and you will receive 100 Babblepoints, each equivalent to 1 cent. So your second $80 card would cost $76.60 if you redeem all your 100 Babblepoints.

    Looks like for an $80 card, based on feedback from forum members on both price and CS, I would see Callingmart, Cellular-360, and Babblebug as currently the most competitive for refills. Corrections? Additions?

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    Caminox & Fellow Page Plus Users;

    I have invested sometime looking into Google Check-Out, I will now offer it along with Pay Pal as a means to pay for refill PINs.

    I am also putting the $80 Card on Sale for $75 for a while to see how many might be interested in saving some green.
    Last edited by Cellular 360; 03-29-2008 at 01:13 AM.

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    myminutes.com is another reseller. I have made a few purchases there before, but not recently with their new website and pricing structure.

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    Cellular-360 has the $25 card for $23. They definitely have the best price for this card. It doesn't show this price on the main page, but does show it when you click on the card.

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    Do a lot of people use BabbelBug to add money to their Page Plus account? Can they be trusted? I am trying to find a good place to add money to an account.

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    Babble Bug is a direct sponsor of iansltx's (longtime HoFo member) prepaid blog. I've never personally purchased from Babble Bug, but I trust iansltx's judgment implicitly so I would not have any hesitation buying from them.

    Having said that, callingmart.com is probably more popular.

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