Does anyone have a plan that costs less than the standard iphone plan
I am interested in switching to AT&T from Sprint because it would be nice to not carry my ipod and phone everywhere and just have one device. My work also blocks gmail so I could check my work email easily on it as well. AT&T seems to be a lot more expensive than what I have currently from Sprint. Do people that have had AT&T for a few years have a better deal? My current sprint plan includes text messaging and data for free where it seems the prices are outrageous on AT&T. I am just curious if AT&T has anything like sprint SERO?
Nothing like SERO prices here. Even if you had a corp. discount, I believe that does not apply to the Iphone. (some say it wipes the discount out for all lines, but maybe you just can't set it up as the primary, I'm not sure) AT$T definitely is not cheap. Do you get what you pay for? Maybe, but I'm beginning to have my doubts. More dropped calls that my previous carrier and voicemails coming a day late some times lately. Sim card is nice, but how often does the average person switch phones? (especially if you paid full price for the Iphone) If price is your main concern, definitely look elsewhere. CS is ok, but I have to walk them through things it seems, especially anything that is new.
I'm on T-Mo's Family Plan. Fortunately, we don't use many of our minutes. My contribution is $10/mo for 1000 shared minutes among 5 in the family, unlimited mobile-to-mobile/weekend/weeknights/Text/MMS. I don't have a data plan.
ATT wont even come close to sprint SERO. but you have to look at the minutes plan you need. IMO the iphone data plan unlimited for 15 bucks is a great deal. but the minutes plan might be more expensive.
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Yeah I don't have sero. I just share a 2000 minute plan with four additional lines. The four add a phones were added over a two year period so I was able to get each add a line for free. My real issue is I get so much for free it is hard to switch, but the phones sprint offers are not the best.
Yeah the https worked for about two weeks. I believe my work subscribes to some sort of proxy designed and updated specifically for businesses. They just do not want to deal with a virus from someone's webmail application. I found another way around it creating my own web based proxy server running on my mac mini, but that is kind of breaking the rules so I'd rather just check my mail on my own device.