FYI No more "New Every Two" for Verizon customers

Floptical

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I'm not surprised AT&T did the same move awhile back. Next step is doing away with the unlimited data plans.
 

Floptical

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Not if you only pay $40/month for it.

I had Sprint for many years and started to have issues with it when I moved to Tampa. It would work good in only parts of the city in other I would have zero coverage. Once I started to travel for work the coverage while traveling was so bad I had to switch.
 

OzSTEEZ

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T-mobile works great for me and is cheaper than all the others..
 

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i pay $75/month for unlimited minutes and data from tmobile, and like 400 texts... which is fine cause the people i text the most, I use gmail talk with anyways.
 

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We actually ended up switching to Sprint after verizon was very spotty at our house, and then we found the SERO plans and the decision was easy.
 

OzSTEEZ

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According to their website, you get talk and text ONLY for the same price you get Talk, text, AND data on Sprint.

Oh and Sprint works fantastic here.

I'm not seeing there prices cheaper than what I pay.

I pay $147/month for 3 phones with 750 minutes and unlimited text. 2 phones have unlimited data. Plus I'm not on contract.