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    What about $10 multi-line discounts instead of $5?

    Do you think it would be a good choice if Cricket decided to change the muti-line discount from $5 per line to $10 per line, on the $45 and $55 plans?

    I don't think $5 is enough, since it's cheaper to get a family plan on Sprint, for example, so what do you think about having a $10 multi-line discount?

    So, for the $55 plan, it would cost:

    $55 for 1 Line

    $100 for 2 Lines = $50/line

    $135 for 3 Lines = $45/line

    $160 for 4 Lines = $40/line

    $175 for 5 Lines = $35/line

    For the $45 plan, it would cost:

    $45 for 1 Line

    $80 for 2 Lines = $40/Line

    $105 for 3 Lines = $35/Line

    $120 for 4 Lines = $30/Line

    $125 for 5 Lines = $25/Line

    This wouldn't be available for the $35 plan, but only the $45 and $55 plans.

    What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue View Post
    Do you think it would be a good choice if Cricket decided to change the muti-line discount from $5 per line to $10 per line, on the $45 and $55 plans?

    I don't think $5 is enough, since it's cheaper to get a family plan on Sprint, for example, so what do you think about having a $10 multi-line discount?

    So, for the $55 plan, it would cost:

    $55 for 1 Line

    $100 for 2 Lines = $50/line

    $135 for 3 Lines = $45/line

    $160 for 4 Lines = $40/line

    $175 for 5 Lines = $35/line

    For the $45 plan, it would cost:

    $45 for 1 Line

    $80 for 2 Lines = $40/Line

    $105 for 3 Lines = $35/Line

    $120 for 4 Lines = $30/Line

    $125 for 5 Lines = $25/Line

    This wouldn't be available for the $35 plan, but only the $45 and $55 plans.

    What do you think?
    man we gotta find you a hobby lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2CO4 View Post
    man we gotta find you a hobby lol
    Well, what do you think? Do you think people would like the change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue View Post
    Well, what do you think? Do you think people would like the change?
    i suppose. im actually hoping that testing goes well on the 4g LTE so i can have better service by 2012-2013 if i stay that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue View Post
    Do you think it would be a good choice if Cricket decided to change the muti-line discount from $5 per line to $10 per line, on the $45 and $55 plans?

    I don't think $5 is enough, since it's cheaper to get a family plan on Sprint, for example, so what do you think about having a $10 multi-line discount?

    So, for the $55 plan, it would cost:

    $55 for 1 Line

    $100 for 2 Lines = $50/line

    $135 for 3 Lines = $45/line

    $160 for 4 Lines = $40/line

    $175 for 5 Lines = $35/line

    For the $45 plan, it would cost:

    $45 for 1 Line

    $80 for 2 Lines = $40/Line

    $105 for 3 Lines = $35/Line

    $120 for 4 Lines = $30/Line

    $125 for 5 Lines = $25/Line

    This wouldn't be available for the $35 plan, but only the $45 and $55 plans.

    What do you think?
    Does the Family Plan on Sprint include unlimited everything and free roaming in most major cities?
    Can it include data plans or smart phones?
    Can you sign up without entering a contract or having a credit check done?

    If the answer for any of those questions is no then your point is moot.

    Personally I don't know the answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 154-4bdu114h View Post
    Does the Family Plan on Sprint include unlimited everything and free roaming in most major cities?
    Can it include data plans or smart phones?
    Can you sign up without entering a contract or having a credit check done?

    If the answer for any of those questions is no then your point is moot.

    Personally I don't know the answers.
    Well, I was thinking about the Sprint employee family plan (which anyone can get on..) that has Any Mobile Anytime, so that's "unlimited" in my opinion.

    Yes, it includes data and smartphones, but now that I think of it I think there might be a $10 fee for them. But, it is truly unlimited data, so is worth it.

    I'm not sure about the contract thing.. I think if your credit is bad you just need to make a deposit.

 

 

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