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my verizon/blackberry plan rundown. good deal?
im a state employee so i get 15% off my monthly bill with verizon, then i get %20 off the blackberry bes or bis service. now im new to blackberry and smartphones in general so im not sure if i got a good deal?
nationwide 700 min with 2 phone lines - $69.99/$59.49 with my discount
blackberry bes data package - $44.99/$35.99 with my discount
500 text unlimited in text package - $10.00/$8.50 with my discount
compleate coverage insurence (covers water damage) $5.99
for a total of $111.47 for 2 phone lines. this sounds like a good deal but like i said ive never had a blackberry im used to paying around $55 a month.
also as i understand you only need bes if your company has a bes server? wich mine does not. so should i drop down to the $29.99 bis plan $23.99 with my discount?
thanks for taking the time to help out a newbie, im looking foward to the blackberry world!
Right you don't need a BES plan unless your company has a BES server.
If they don't have one, you certainly want to make that change to the BIS plan.
Less $ is always a good thing. Especially around the holiday season.
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I pay about 178 a month
-- Unlimited minutes
-- Visual Voice Mail
-- Unlimited data
Compare Sprint's plan at 199.00 on a Curve or 8830
-- 1500 minutes
-- No Visual Voice Mail
-- Unlimited data
-- Upcharged International
I have 1500 day minutes
Unlimited everything else text message pic, data, gps, email, tv, music, literally everything sprint offers. 3 phones all for 190 I have 129.99 plan simply everything and then add a 3rd line for 19.99 more. And ecery phone has full insurance 7 each. And in house repair.via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
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