NOTE: This special plan is only available to existing Sprint SERO or EPRP account holders! This means you need to have an existing Sprint SERO or EPRP account!
Price is $100
You are buying my Sprint SERO 500 Premium cell phone plan only. It comes with 500 Anytime minutes, Unlimited Nights & Weekends, Unlimited Texts and TRULY UNLIMITED DATA (No Cap, unlike most Cellphone Service Providers!!!!) for $40/month.
I use this $40 plan on an LG Marquee Android phone. This can be downgraded to a $30/month plan if you would prefer using a non-Android/iPhone but get the same benefits
Can also be upgraded to support 4G Android Phones and iPhones for an additional $10/mo. I am currently using this phone on an LG Marquee, which is not included in this auction.
More Info on the plan:
Unlimited! 3G Data
500 "Anytime" voice minutes
Unlimited nights & weekend voice calling. Nights start at 7pm.
Unlimited Any Mobile to Mobile calling (all major U.S. carriers)
Unlimited U.S. long distance
Google voice Option
U.S. Roaming included
All for only $40/month! This is way cheaper than normal Sprint rates or any plan offered by any US Carrier out there!
In contract until 10/07/2013
Eligible for a fully subsidized phone upgrade on June 1, 2013.
The SERO plan has not been offered by Sprint in years. The only way to get this amazing plan anymore is to "take over" someone's existing plan. This is accomplished by making a 3-way phone call to Sprint customer service to do a "Transfer of Liability", where we transfer my plan into your name.
Sprint will only allow this plan to be transferred to existing holders of an "employee referral"-type account (another SERO plan or EPRP plan).
If we are unable to complete the transfer, I will issue a full refund.
Buyer agrees to complete the Transfer of Liability in a timely manor (within 2 days).
NOTE: I have been using this plan with a LG Marquee Android phone. I am selling my SERO plan because I am joining a family plan on another carrier.
Not available any more. Sprint wouldnt let me transfer it, after calling multiple times. I ended up just cancelling the line and joining Straight Talk.