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Coqui

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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.

Congrats, you just justified AT&T's excuse for more data plans so you can have tiers. (Well you could just use wireless)
 

Coqui

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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.

3500 minutes unlimited data and text for all 3 phones is $149. And yes, that counts not being on contract as well. (It's the phone you choose and how you choose to buy it that may or may not put you on contract)
 

OzSTEEZ

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3500 minutes unlimited data and text for all 3 phones is $149. And yes, that counts not being on contract as well. (It's the phone you choose and how you choose to buy it that may or may not put you on contract)

I'm not seeing those prices. Maybe the prices vary from state to state?
 

OzSTEEZ

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This is the Everything Data Family plan:

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As you can see it's $169 for 2 lines. An Additional line would be another $20.
 

OzSTEEZ

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American cell phone rates are no where near as good as Europe.
 

Coqui

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This is the Everything Data Family plan:

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As you can see it's $169 for 2 lines. An Additional line would be another $20.

Apparently the prices are different. Although you mention 750 minutes with your price. Even the lower minute price gives you twice that for the same cost (for all three lines) plus you get free mobile minutes. (And this is under a NoVA zip code)

Either way, Sprint is the cheapest service you can get.
 

OzSTEEZ

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Apparently the prices are different. Although you mention 750 minutes with your price. Even the lower minute price gives you twice that for the same cost (for all three lines) plus you get free mobile minutes. (And this is under a NoVA zip code)

Either way, Sprint is the cheapest service you can get.

I'd have to buy a new phone, and sprint doesn't have any phones I like..
 

OzSTEEZ

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Not disputing that. Just disputing you stating that T-Mobile was cheaper than all the others.

Well Sprint's not much cheaper. And last time I was with them I had dropped calls and shitty customer service. They've rubbed me the wrong way, so I'll avoid them from now on.. Same with AT&T..
 

JAXvillain

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ATT looks like it's the cheapest. I'm seeing $120 per/m for 2 lines with unlimited service

edit: that didn't count data. extra $30 for family data which brings it up to par with everyone else
 
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OzSTEEZ

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ATT looks like it's the cheapest. I'm seeing $120 per/m for 2 lines with unlimited service

edit: that didn't count data. extra $30 for family data which brings it up to par with everyone else

I thought AT&T didn't do 'unlimited' data..
 

kiwi

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We've looked at other companies off and on and it seems most of them are pretty comparable with each other, so unless you managed to get in on an awesome deal at some point, it's all about who you like the best. If we didn't get in on SERO, we'd be paying twice as much.