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    My All-In, is that the one with the unlimited guarantee for life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j'vai View Post
    ooh my sprint gv integration has me hooked, since the beginnings of my nexus 5, I didn't have to worry about the volte, wifi calling madness, whether my device could route calls over IP based on a carrier's sanction, mattered not, it just worked, the integration decoupled my number from device, I could tether to my laptop, & still handle video / voice calls from it, via my number..

    or even better, leave the device off, & take it out of the equation, & not miss a beat while on the laptop, connected to eth0 or wlan0..


    & my un-molested data pipe to use as I saw fit, I can't get that from any other provider pound for pound, it would cost me much more..


    even purchasing my nexus 6p, I coupled that to the same my all-in plan..
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    Quote Originally Posted by bibbin View Post
    My All-In, is that the one with the unlimited guarantee for life?
    yes, s'pose to be..
    >:-,

    “There's no benchmark for how life's "supposed" to happen. There is no ideal world for you to wait around for. The world is always just what it is now, it's up to you how you respond to it.”
    ― Isaac Marion, Warm Bodies

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibbin View Post
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    I know right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j'vai View Post
    ooh my sprint gv integration has me hooked, since the beginnings of my nexus 5, I didn't have to worry about the volte, wifi calling madness, whether my device could route calls over IP based on a carrier's sanction, mattered not, it just worked, the integration decoupled my number from device, I could tether to my laptop, & still handle video / voice calls from it, via my number..

    or even better, leave the device off, & take it out of the equation, & not miss a beat while on the laptop, connected to eth0 or wlan0..


    & my un-molested data pipe to use as I saw fit, I can't get that from any other provider pound for pound, it would cost me much more..


    even purchasing my nexus 6p, I coupled that to the same my all-in plan..
    OK I'll give you GV integration, that's definitely a differentiator, even with the future of Google Voice uncertain.

    What do you mean by "unmolested data"? Are you referring to the optional Binge On?

    $50+ bucks extra a month for Google Voice integration... I don't know.


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    Why Sprint Contracts Suck (and what to expect when you leave Sprint)

    I left sprint and came back 3 times.. Last with T-mobile.. I like to think of it as the t-mobile scam.. Only reason they are ahead .. Their customer service was awesome but no product.. We got these great phones but ended up with my cell service and owing $2k until I lucked out selling them on eBay .. Yes I came back to Sprint and grabbed up the nearest 2 yr contract .. Before they smart up and get rid of them on Sprint. Why do you ask ? Because I like to use my phone using google maps and I need data.. And I prefer a $250 etf over a $1000. Also sprint has the best roaming nationwide so when I travel I still have access.

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    http://www.t-mobile.com/offer/switch...ation-fee.html

    Looks like T-Mobile is being deceitful about their price lock. They are limiting speeds for those customers to 42Mbps.. Plenty fast, but not readily advertised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireless Junkie View Post
    http://www.t-mobile.com/offer/switch...ation-fee.html

    Looks like T-Mobile is being deceitful about their price lock. They are limiting speeds for those customers to 42Mbps.. Plenty fast, but not readily advertised.
    http://ir.net/news/stock-news/122856...atch-binge-on/ all is not rosy in magenta land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p6B5Nm5b View Post
    What is an "access charge"?


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    I'm really not sure how the access charge is defined. I do know that it didn't exist when 2 year contracts were the norm. Think it's something from ATT or Verizon's playbook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibbin View Post
    I'm really not sure how the access charge is defined. I do know that it didn't exist when 2 year contracts were the norm. Think it's something from ATT or Verizon's playbook.
    it's the nj turnpike toll, gangster income, residual.. -

    $15 Access Charge Fee Question

    $25 Access charge?!?! This needs to be removed!


    sprint needs to cut this ish out..

    think I'm going to my grave with the my all-in plan..

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Size:  1,010 Bytes j'vai, you crack me up. I guess it's kinda' like the $7.99 Spending Limit Fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibbin View Post
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Size:  1,010 Bytes j'vai, you crack me up. I guess it's kinda' like the $7.99 Spending Limit Fee.
    dam, lol, I remember when I 1st started with sprint, & had that fee, I hated it, but it was a necessary evil.. It came off just after a year with them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by j'vai View Post
    think I'm going to my grave with the my all-in plan..
    I've heard folks say the same about SERO. What a bargain.

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