Sprint SERO Plan NOW for EVERYONE!!!

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Signed up and got Sanyo 8400 phone. Will see how it works in my area comparing with Verizon. IMHO Verizon has the best reception wherever you go, but pricewise they offer the least for the money.

This requires you to be on at least $34.99 plan. The 500 minutes plan is only $30...
QUICKAVE said: $250 rebate for TREOs???????
for new or existing customers??????

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It's always amusing to see people dog certain carriers. Reality time...they all are imperfect, and at times frustrating to deal with. On top of that, service varies greatly depending on your location. There's a giant SERO thread in deal discussion that answers all the questions asked in this thread. There's two that are even better (of course) over at SD.

Deal Discussion

Without a doubt though, InPhonic, the incompetent fools that handle Sprint's SERO sales, are friggin horrible. Expect long delays, phones out of stock with no warning or followup, incorrect bills (against AND in your favor?!?!), clueless and rude CSRs, etc. Your best bet is to watch the SERO threads and make sure you verify the phone is in stock before you order.

However, you have 15 days following your order to return the phone and cancel your Sprint service (no, not 30 days, its clearly stated on the SERO site and in the material they send with your phone.) So, take advantage of that and contact customer care at *2 or email if InPhonic gives you any problems. And yes nubs, you will get nowhere with the 1st level CSRs; simply tell them you want to cancel and let the Retentions folks soothe your aches and pains.

Sprint is by far the worst service I have ever seen.

I agree. Horrible service aside, they were not that bad.

sleepybubba said: This requires you to be on at least $34.99 plan. The 500 minutes plan is only $30...
QUICKAVE said: $250 rebate for TREOs???????
for new or existing customers??????

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it says may require you.. and thats only if you arent creating a new account. what may require you means, i have no idea.

bibB said: Sprint is by far the worst service I have ever seen.

I agree. Horrible service aside, they were not that bad.


This sound like a good deal OP. Thanks (seriously for the post). But I will pass on this hot deal.

ive been with sprint for 9 years, maybe not the best coverage in the world or the best tech, but definitely the cheapest.

700 anytime
3000 offpeak
unlimited pcs vision and messaging
$35

one of the ancient retention plans, didnt push for sprint to sprint at the time, but got a phone credit.

sunrise2978 said: Craig said: I had several lines on Sero for a few weeks at my offices in MD and HI, and like you, the service/coverage was awful. I wouldn't use it if it was free. I pay more for my Cingular and Verizon lines but at least they work 99% of the time

ColoradoGiant said: I am on the Sero Plan... I am counting the days until my contract expires.

Even with these awesome awesome plans, its not worth it if you can't use it. I was disconnected on an emergency call with 4 bars of service for crying out loud! Been through 2 phones... its not the phone - its the network (at least in northern colorado)

I've formally owned Cingular and Tmobile - I'd give both of them about an 8.5/10. Sprint gets a 4/10. 20% of my calls drop - unacceptable.

I know this is only one mans opinion and it was not my intention to thread crap... your mileage may vary (especially in other parts of the country), etc, etc, etc - but I felt I needed to throw it out there - just do some research on howardforums, cellreception.com and other websites that discuss cellular coverage by area before signing up for any carrier - I wish I did. 2 years is a long time if your unhappy

Good Luck!


Agreed...Sprint is the worst plan I ever had. I'm in MD


What area of MD are you? I remember when I had sprint 2 yrs ago it wasn't that bad. I'm thinking about going back.

jj970 said: I've been a Sprint customer for about 7 years now and have absolutely no complaints.

Unlimited Power Vision
how did you get unlimited Power Vision included? i have unlimited Vision, but my new phone uses the "Power Vision" network...just curious...for $100 (~$70 after discount) i have a 2000 AT, UL Sprint, UL text, NW @ 9pm plan, but i do get a 30% discount because of work...i'm not complaining (it's a shared plan with my wife), it'd just be nice to have unlimited Power Vision included (and not having to pay $40/mo for it).

sturmie

i agree sprint is horrible compared to other providers..i came from cingular and saw a huge difference...but then again...you cant beat the prices for this plan..if you dont like the service pay more and get a better carrier

Well, I'd just call Sprint CS to complain about Inphonics if it keeps screwing people up.
I was surprised to be nearly no wait recently when I called Sprint CS. It used to be 20-30 mins wait! Yes, it was that long.
Another thing about the coverage, you have to allow roaming in order to get consistent signal in urban area. Otherwise, by some weird reason, another carrier got stronger signal seems to take over Sprint.

Sturmie said: jj970 said: I've been a Sprint customer for about 7 years now and have absolutely no complaints.

Unlimited Power Vision
how did you get unlimited Power Vision included? i have unlimited Vision, but my new phone uses the "Power Vision" network...just curious...for $100 (~$70 after discount) i have a 2000 AT, UL Sprint, UL text, NW @ 9pm plan, but i do get a 30% discount because of work...i'm not complaining (it's a shared plan with my wife), it'd just be nice to have unlimited Power Vision included (and not having to pay $40/mo for it).

sturmie


Vision goes by the phone, if its a power vision phone, you'll have power vision service.

Eve6MediaHQ said: QUICKAVE said: $250 rebate for TREOs???????
for new or existing customers??????

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Looks like the $250 would just be for existing customers.


Hmm, I'm a new customer on the SERO plan with a Treo 700p, applied for the general Sprint rebate (not this one) and it says I have a $250 rebate coming to me. So it may be for new customers too.

Witchdoctor120 said: ThornnSpear said: captains said: can u hook the treo 700wx to a lappy and surf the web for free with sprint vision?

That's now a $40 additional charge.


Where are you getting a $40.00 additional charge? I have a 700wx with vision without a $40 charge and connecting via the Sprint mobile laptop software (you get this via a download, the instructions are on the CD with the 700wx).. Basically, if you have the vision plan you have the cell modem access. The Vision plan comes with the SERO for free. You are all set..


I missed the reference to the TREO. And I could be wrong... please correct me if I am.

I have an A920 and I was told by Sprint (ok, too trusting perhaps) that I could not use it as a modem without adding another $40 to the plan on top of the Power vision. Other online reviews confirmed this as of 2/2006.

I did see some discussion here that said you could do it without the $40 expense:
Link ...But it seems Canadians were getting slammed with 15/mb charges leading to $1K monthly bills.

I'd be interested in hearing from other non-Treo US Sprint users that got the modem to work w/o the modem charge It was part of the reason I bought the phone I did.

[Q= said: ThornnSpear]Witchdoctor120 said:
Where are you getting a $40.00 additional charge? I have a 700wx with vision without a $40 charge and connecting via the Sprint mobile laptop software (you get this via a download, the instructions are on the CD with the 700wx).. Basically, if you have the vision plan you have the cell modem access. The Vision plan comes with the SERO for free. You are all set..


I have an A920 and I was told by Sprint (ok, too trusting perhaps) that I could not use it as a modem without adding another $40 to the plan on top of the Power vision. Other online reviews confirmed this as of 2/2006.

I did see some discussion here that said you could do it without the $40 expense:
Link ...But it seems Canadians were getting slammed with 15/mb charges leading to $1K monthly bills.

I'd be interested in hearing from other non-Treo US Sprint users that got the modem to work w/o the modem charge It was part of the reason I bought the phone I did.
a lot of plans have the regular Vision included, however, the newer phones use the Power Vision network and require the additional charge for use of Power Vision...they have different increments, but the unlimited for Power Vision is $40/mo.

i have 4 phone on my account, including a Sanyo 8100, which i am still able to use as a modem on the regular Vision network for no additional charge...at least not yet, anyway.

sturmie

Sturmie,

I got mine in Feb or March from Lets Talk, it is definitely Unlimited Power vision which only costs $5 a month.

I'll have to give it a try I guess.

Anyone else notice that the sero page doesnt have all the phones?

I live in MD, and I have pretty good service. I've had sprint for over 4 years. There are times within the Metro underground that I don't get any service...so I'll wait until I'm out. I travel along the east coast and I pretty much always have service. I've been places where I'm the only one that has service when Verizon or Cingular doesn't. I've been places where I don't or have limited. Really it hasn't affected me that much.

Hey, its usually the cheapest there is...so I'm okay with that.
And they are always the first ones to come out with new times for the start of Night-time minutes..while others are stuck at 9 PM FOR YEARS (WHICH I HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT WHY????)...Sprint has 6 PM or 7 PM or 8 PM (depending on who you're plan). Most other companies end their Night-time at 5 AM or 6 AM, when I know Sprint ends it at 7 AM. Does this stuff really matter??...hmm.. Maybe not..Maybe..to me its part of the package.

Before I didn't like the fact that SERO started Night-time at 9 PM, but they've changed that to 7 PM, so now I just have to wait for them to change to Free Text Messaging.

So...can you get Corporate (Business) Discount (depending on where I work) also added to the SERO plans??

sheelshah said: I live in MD, and I have pretty good service. I've had sprint for over 4 years. There are times within the Metro underground that I don't get any service...so I'll wait until I'm out. I travel along the east coast and I pretty much always have service. I've been places where I'm the only one that has service when Verizon or Cingular doesn't. I've been places where I don't or have limited. Really it hasn't affected me that much.

Hey, its usually the cheapest there is...so I'm okay with that.
And they are always the first ones to come out with new times for the start of Night-time minutes..while others are stuck at 9 PM FOR YEARS (WHICH I HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT WHY????)...Sprint has 6 PM or 7 PM or 8 PM (depending on who you're plan). Most other companies end their Night-time at 5 AM or 6 AM, when I know Sprint ends it at 7 AM. Does this stuff really matter??...hmm.. Maybe not..Maybe..to me its part of the package.

Before I didn't like the fact that SERO started Night-time at 9 PM, but they've changed that to 7 PM, so now I just have to wait for them to change to Free Text Messaging.

So...can you get Corporate (Business) Discount (depending on where I work) also added to the SERO plans??

Yes, some people over on sprintusers forums have stated they have been successful in adding their corporate discount rates.

This was posted on Howard Forums . . .

Just found this out:

Limited Time! Sprint Employee Referral Pricing Now Available to the Public
Just for the holidays, Sprint is extending family and friends discounts to the general public.

To take advantage of exclusive pricing, visit www.sprint.com/sero and use the open access email address of savings@sprint.com. You can then choose from a huge selection of phones and broadband cards with device and service pricing normally reserved only to family and friends.

This offer requires a new device with activation of a new line of service and two-year subscriber agreement. Subject to credit approval. Up to $36 activation & $200 early termination fees apply per line. Offers available at website only; see other details/restrictions at www.sprint.com/sero.

Hurry! Although Sprint may extend, this offer currently ends Dec. 18, 2006.

If you already have a plan with Sprint and change to SERO, the corporate discount just 'rolls over' in my experience. If you get a SERO plan and then try to add the corporate discount it can be more difficult.

Jayzone said: mnsweeps said: chillies said: Any body know if existing customers can switch to SERO plans... I have 2 lins family plan now with
550 mins for $59+ taxes - 15% discount

Can I get a better family plan with SERO?


same here...my bill for 1 plus 2 family lines come to $55 including tax for 500 anytime mins, 500 text messages each month..


I'm pretty sure SERO only offers single line plans, but I think in a few of these SERO threads some random people described their multiline plans (most were pretty good). I would read through the sero thread in HD (the one in DD for the 6700 is too long, though )


After looking over all these threads can any one confirm what happens when you convert
to Sero on a multiline plan? I have 4 lines, I would only need the unlimited Powervision
on 2, which was offered @ $10 per line during another issue I had with them, held off.
Also switching to a company that gives a 23% discount, so as I understand it, step 1, call
to add corp. employee disc., then switch to Sero if it makes sense.????
My total bill after adding the corp. disc. will be ~$70 mo. no power, or ~$85 w/power on 2,
on non sero, I also got the $5 mo discount & free text mess. from other threads, do those
stay if you switch to Sero?

Thanks for any advice.
step 2

I am an exisiting customer and want to get on the SERO plan, talked to a CSR and was willing to give me the SERO plan plus 5% loyalty discount. He asked me to go get a phone from the sprint store and this is where I need help. Is there a way to get the phone from InPhonic and still get the loyalty discount since ordeing from InPhonic will result in a new line / contract?

Sorry if this question has been previously answered but I could not find it. Thanks.

Sturmie said: [Q= said: ThornnSpear]Witchdoctor120 said:
Where are you getting a $40.00 additional charge? I have a 700wx with vision without a $40 charge and connecting via the Sprint mobile laptop software (you get this via a download, the instructions are on the CD with the 700wx).. Basically, if you have the vision plan you have the cell modem access. The Vision plan comes with the SERO for free. You are all set..


I have an A920 and I was told by Sprint (ok, too trusting perhaps) that I could not use it as a modem without adding another $40 to the plan on top of the Power vision. Other online reviews confirmed this as of 2/2006.

I did see some discussion here that said you could do it without the $40 expense:
Link ...But it seems Canadians were getting slammed with 15/mb charges leading to $1K monthly bills.

I'd be interested in hearing from other non-Treo US Sprint users that got the modem to work w/o the modem charge It was part of the reason I bought the phone I did.

a lot of plans have the regular Vision included, however, the newer phones use the Power Vision network and require the additional charge for use of Power Vision...they have different increments, but the unlimited for Power Vision is $40/mo.

i have 4 phone on my account, including a Sanyo 8100, which i am still able to use as a modem on the regular Vision network for no additional charge...at least not yet, anyway.

sturmie
Power vision is FREE on SERO. You guys really need to read THIS.

not to mention PV is a scam if you pay extra for it. Sprint would have you think powervision = EVDO, and vision = low speed, but this is not the case. powervision refers to the fluff like sprint tv and such.

Here is my post at SD:
CHANGE IN SERO PLAN IMLEMENTED 12/03/06
All new SERO plans now start at 7 PM, but you would need to sign up again on this new plan. This also means you have to sign up again for a 2 year contract. In addition to this, you now only get 30 additional minutes per $5 after your regular minutes, instead of the 50 you got before. Overage charges change from $0.10 a minute to $0.20 a minute on the new SERO plans. You do not have to convert, you can stay on the old plan if you so choose. See which plan fits you better.

LINK TO ORIGINAL THREAD

WHAT IS SERO?
SERO is a heavily discounted plan for friends and family of Sprint employees. There are currently 3 different plans available:
(INDIVIDUAL PLANS ONLY)
1: Sprint Employee Referral Offer 500 for $30 per month
2. Sprint Employee Referral Offer 1250 for $49.99 per month
3. Sprint Employee Referral Offer 2500 for $99.99 per month

It will show up on your bill as a Fair and FLexible plan, and not as a SERO plan.

THERE ARE NO FAMILY PLANS ON SERO!!!!!

WHAT IS INCLUDED WITH SERO?
- Unlimited Sprint Vision or Power Vision (Vision for Vision phones, Power Vision for Power Vision phones)
- Unlimited Mobile to Mobile
- Unlimited Sprint Picture Mail
- Unlimited Roaming
- Unlimited Nights & Weekends (Starts @ 9PM for those who signed up before 12/003/06, 7 PM for those who signed up after 12/3/06)
- Nationwide Long Distance
- Crystal Clear Calls
- Voice Mail
- Caller ID
- Call Waiting
- Numeric Paging
- Three-Way Calling

HOW MUCH LONGER WILL SERO BE AVAILABLE?
We are not sure. On the main page it shows that all offers for SERO expire December 31, 2006. However, when you enter the SERO site it says it expires June 30, 2006, making us wonder if they extended it to June 2007 but getting the year wrong. To be safe, if you are interested in a SERO plan, sign up before December 31, 2006.

HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR SERO?
There are two ways of doing this.
1: The easiest way is to do it directly through the SERO website. Go to www.sprint.com/sero and use the e-mail address savings@sprint.com with a valid zipcode (TY dubs29). Choose a phone/plan that works best for you, and submit your order.
2: You can also sign up for a regular plan in any store, and hope that a retention specialist is willing to convert it to a SERO plan for you. This is definitely the harder way of doing it, and takes persistence on your part to be able to pull it off. To talk to a retention specialist call Sprint (800-974-2221) and ask for retentions. Tell them you were led to believe that you could convert to a SERO plan, and that you are interested in having that done. You may also try this with a regular CS rep, but many have no clue how to do this. You may have to threaten to cancel if they are unwilling to do it for you.

DO I HAVE TO SIGN A CONTRACT TO GET ON A SERO PLAN?
Yes, you have to sign a 2-year contract. There is no way around that.

IF I ALREADY AM A SPRINT CUSTOMER, CAN I CONVERT IT TO A SERO PLAN AND KEEP MY NUMBER?
Here is what Sprint has to say about that:

The Sprint Employee Referral Offer is for new customers only. However, existing Sprint customers who are out of contract and renewing a Two-year Subscriber Agreement are also eligible for this offer. Sprint Employees who are currently employee liable and receive the 23 percent discount are eligible to swap their plan by calling the Employee Accounts Group at (888) 876 8381.

Unfortunately, new Sprint customers are able to port their number from their existing carrier to Sprint when they sign into the plan but existing customers cannot port numbers from an existing Sprint account. Therefore, existing customers still in a subscriber agreement are required to activate a new line of service with a Two-year Agreement and are issued a brand new phone number. Furthermore, an existing customer may cancel the account early but a termination fee is required if the existing account is within the contract period.

An existing customer who has fulfilled the term agreement is treated like a brand new customer and is issued a brand new phone number.

Some have had success keeping their phone number by first porting it to a pre-paid phone, and then porting it back to their new SERO phone. Others have had some success with being persistent with customer care.

WHAT REBATES ARE AVAILABLE? WILL I BE ABLE TO GET ALL OF THEM?
The rebates that are available vary on the phone that you have chosen. Here are some rebates that have been discussed at length in the other thread:
* If you go to www.Amazon.com and search for your Sprint phone, it will show you the most recent rebate for your particular phone. This is a Sprint rebate and you do not have to have bought your phone from Amazon to qualify. Print it out and send it in. No original UPC required.
* There is also a rebate available from Kellogg. Go to your local grocery store and find a kellog cereal box with nascar cars on the box. This one has a $75 rebate for Sprint phones printed on the inside of the box. This one requires the original UPC. More info HERE. Copy of rebate form HERE.
* Corporate liable rebate right HERE.
* Examples of rebates out there (expires 1/13/07) HERE and HERE.

Check your rebate status HERE.

Remember, most rebate forms say rebate is available for plans $34.99 and up. This does NOT apply to SERO plans. You are good to go on any of the rebates with any SERO plan!!

WHAT IF MY REBATE GETS DENIED?
Don’t worry. It seems that most of us had our rebates denied at first. A simple call to the rebate center will take care of this. It may just be the easiest call you make on your quest to a perfect plan on SERO. Here is how you make your call (thank you b0n3):

call 1-800-477-4127
wait through ALL of the prompts (including for english .. for spanish .. blah blah blah)
when asked for number, type 555 555 5555(random)
if this is correct, press 1
else, press 2
if you have already mailed in your rebate, press 1
if it's been longer than 14 days .. please press 1
that should get you a live person

Invalid postcard frequently asked questions HERE.

I HATE MY PHONE AND/OR SERO. HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO CANCEL OR RETURN MY PHONE?
EFFECTIVE JUNE 18, 2006, Sprint customers will be allotted 30 days to return equipment, accessory and software accessory purchases to qualify for a refund as well as 30 days to cancel Sprint service without penalty – waived Sprint Early Termination Fee (ETF) – and qualify for a credit of the activation fee (when applicable). inPhonics only has a 14-day return!!!!!!

WHAT PERKS ARE AVAILABLE?
The perks we all have been able to get vary from person to person. In order to get in on them you have to be persistent, and keep calling/writing to Sprint CS and/or ecare until you find someone who is willing to do it for you. If you get denied over and over again, bury those notes on your account by calling about some technical issues. Those notes will then be on the top of your account, and you get a fresh start. Some perks that are available are:
1: 7 PM nights/weekends NO LONGER A PERK, FREE WITH ALL SERO PLANS!!
2: 6 PM nights/weekends
3: unlimited text messages
4: free 500 text messages
5: free 300 text messages
6: FIMF
7: 10% loyalty discount
8: 5% to 10% loyalty discount - pretty easy
9. 15%, 20%+ - medium hard

After you get your plan the way you want it, email eCare and ask them to email you back with the specifics of your account. Have them put everything in writing and save this for future use if needed.

WHO DO I CONTACT TO ASK FOR FREE PERKS?
You can call *2 from your phone and ask CS, or dial that same number and ask for retentions. Another great way to ask for free perks is eCare. To e-mail eCare, sign into your account on the Sprint website. Then click the 'Contact Us' link on the top of the page, then follow the 'E-Mail' link to reach eCare. It is suggested that you type out your message ahead of time on Word/Wordpad/Notepad so you can simply copy, paste, and send your message (as the eCare page times out fairly quickly).

WHAT DO I SAY WHEN I ASK FOR A PERK?
You probably just need to get creative here, and think of a good reason for wanting and asking for that specific perk. Some ideas:
• I am now on TMobile, and have nights starting at 6 PM. I am trying out Sprint, but am disappointed that it has the 9:00 PM night time. Can you add the 6 PM night time for free to keep me as a customer? (you can give this same argument for any of the perks)
• I keep getting unsolicited calls from people I do not know, costing me valuable minutes. To keep me as a customer, could you please add FIMF?
• When I signed up for Sprint, I was told it included text messaging. When I checked on this though, I found out it does not. Text messaging is an important feature to me. Can you please add free text messaging to my account to keep me as a customer?

Remember: if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Many of us have had to call over 20 times before a perk got added.

WHY IS THERE A CHARGE ON MY ACCOUNT FOR A PERK THEY SAID WOULD BE FREE?
Sprint offers the free perks by giving an off-set credit. As such, they will first charge you for the perk, and then at the bottom of the bill you will see an off-set credit for the same amount (making it free).

WHAT ABOUT A CORPORATE DISCOUNT?
Sprint does offer discounts for certain corporations. Technically it is not valid with SERO, but many of us have been able to get it added. Call Sprint to see if your work place has a discount offer, and then get working on having it applied. You can do this by emailing eCare, or calling CS. Again, if at first you get denied, keep trying. Discounts vary depending on your place of employment and can be as low as 5% or as high as 28%. Remember that Sprint may check to see if you work where you say you do, so be careful. For a partial list of available corporate discounts, see post #2 of this thread.

WHAT IS THE $25 REFERRAL DEBIT CARD I KEEP HEARING ABOUT?
If you just got your new phone, you can dial #REF and enter the phone number of the person who referred you to the SERO plan (any fellow SDer on SERO will do). Both you and the person whose phone number you entered will then each get a $25 gift debit card from Sprint. If you need someone's number as a 'referer', contact any of us here to help you out. You can get up to $300 in referral gift cards per year.

CAN I PRICE MATCH MY SERO PHONE WITH A PRICE I FOUND AT OTHER STORES?
This seems incredibly hard to do. Some have succeeded in getting a service credit by being persistent. inPhonics (a division of wirefly who handles all SERO plans) will NOT price match other stores, not even Sprint’s advertised prices!! If you absolutely want to get that phone for free at say BestBuy or some other store, you could buy it there and hope a CSR will convert your plan to SERO. This is definitely not the easy way of doing things, but some have had success.

CAN I USE MY PHONE TO TETHER?
A few phones can indeed tether undetected. Some of the smart phones (like the Palm 700wx/p) can tether after downloading some simple software found at pdanet.com. Other phones such as the a900m can do the same with a simple hack. See post #3 on this thread to see how. Instuctions on how to tether with your PPC6700 are found HERE.

WHY IS MY PICTURE MAIL NOT WORKING?
Sprint usually neglects to enable Picture Mail (usually $5 per month but included as FREE on a SERO plan) when you sign up for SERO. Simply call CS or e-mail eCare to have this enabled. Sprint will NOT substitute this SERO feature for a different free perk.

CAN I WATCH TV ON MY PHONE?
You can stream live TV through ORB L=HERE]http://www.orb.com/[/L] . Or, if you have a windows enabled phone (such as the 700wx) you can use slingbox to watch any TV program you can watch at home directly on your phone. Sprint has also some TV programming available for other phones, but this is not free of cost.

HOW CAN I FIX MY TEXT MESSAGING PROBLEM WITH MY 700WX?
If you have a 700wx, you are not able to text to people who are on the Verizon or T-Mobile network until you install a patch. Instructions on how to do that are found .
HERE

Eve6MediaHQ said: Treo700w vs Treo 700p

Any feelings?

Depends on what you want to do with it and which interface you like better. Most of the problems with the wx have been fixed, and it is a great phone.

Eve6MediaHQ said: Treo700w vs Treo 700pThere are many. WM vs palm OS should really do it for you, but there are many pda/phone forums that could help you more. pdaphonehome, howardforums, etc.
If you want me to choose for you, go with the wx.

if anyone needs a referral and wants to get some extra cash, PM me.

Eve6MediaHQ said: Will the Windows phone interface with my Apple computer at all (using my bluetooth and Windows apps on my comp)?
g00gle
I'm pretty sure its possible. I have a (unnecessary adjective deleted) friend who has a mac and a smartphone and he is beta testing some kind of OTA syncing software that he likes pretty fine.
and with all due respect, you are a senior member. this thread is gonna be long enough as it is, use "edit" instead of "reply"
example: no, you can't sign up at the sprint store. Malyshka addresses this.

My question is:

Has ANYONE even tried the OP's link and signed up using it?

For those complaining about the strength of Sprint's network in your area, just remember that the SERO plan includes FREE roaming! I just set my 6700 to "roaming only" and it picks up Verizon's stronger network. [4 Bars vs. Sprint's 1 Bar in my home...] When roaming, you lose Sprint's high speed Internet, but I do not need to tether at home... When I am on the road, Sprint is usually strong along the highways, so I switch back to Sprint-Only for tethering, etc. I love the ability to be able to access my email & surf the net when I am out of town.

BTW, my monthly bill for [2] Sero plans, including 6:00pm nights, tax and insurance on two 6700's is: $84.85
I haven't called to ask for the discounts, but plan to do this after I have been a customer for at least 6 months...

bored2004 said: i agree sprint is horrible compared to other providers..i came from cingular and saw a huge difference...but then again...you cant beat the prices for this plan..if you dont like the service pay more and get a better carrier

To the contrary, I came from Cingular also and my reception quality was 75% better as is the customer service.

I signed up early this morning, but the status is still "processing". And I haven't got any confirmation email after the email for the receipt. Has anyone got it all through?

therhino said: When roaming, you lose Sprint's high speed Internet, but I do not need to tether at home... When I am on the road, Sprint is usually strong along the highways, so I switch back to Sprint-Only for tethering, etc. I love the ability to be able to access my email & surf the net when I am out of town.AFAIK we just picked up alltel for data roaming.

What is 'tether a phone'? What do you gain by doing it?

hotdealdigger said: What is 'tether a phone'? What do you gain by doing it?Use your new SERO phone's ~high-speed connection on your laptop. Wireless ~high-speed.
Tether I guess coming from the days when you had to use a USB cable to do it.

I called the sprint CSR today, and they said I need someone working in sprint to refer me. Otherwise I can't switch my current plan to SERO. Has anyone ever successfully switched to SERO?

I would suggest anyone with SERO questions hop over to www.sprintusers.com. There's a weath of information about this offer.

In my case, I'm still trying to find a way to get out of my contract and switch to SERO without paying the $150 early contract termination fee.

dchan86 said: It doesn't say but isn't the 700wx touch screen?

I've only gone through page 5 so I don't know if someone else has responded, but yes, touch screen is mentioned as a "core feature" of the 700xw.

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