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Canada dropped from America's Choice

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Bob Scheurle, May 25, 2004.

  1. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 01 Jun 2004 01:53:03 GMT, "Slobby Don" <reply@thru.ng> wrote:
    >This doesn't sound right to me. I recently got a new phone on new-every-two
    >and was able to extend my contract without giving up Single Rate West, a
    >long obsolete plan. I keep SRW because it has a grandfathered 8:00pm start
    >time for off-peak. If that feature could follow me to AC, I'd switch
    >immediately.


    Two *611 reps told me I'd have to switch to a current plan with current
    promotions if I wanted a phone under 'new-every-two'.

    I have a brochure about upgrading phones within the last two months of
    the contract (not specifically new-every-two), and it explicitly says you
    need to get a new contract with a current plan, and you may lose some of
    your old promotions.
     



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  2. Slobby Don

    Slobby Don Guest

    Bob Scheurle wrote:
    > On Tue, 01 Jun 2004 01:53:03 GMT, "Slobby Don" <reply@thru.ng> wrote:
    >> I keep SRW because it has a
    >> grandfathered 8:00pm start time for off-peak. If that feature could
    >> follow me to AC, I'd switch immediately.

    >
    > Two *611 reps told me I'd have to switch to a current plan with current
    > promotions if I wanted a phone under 'new-every-two'.
    >
    > I have a brochure about upgrading phones within the last two months of
    > the contract (not specifically new-every-two), and it explicitly says you
    > need to get a new contract with a current plan, and you may lose some of
    > your old promotions.


    Maybe that's the difference. My account was out of contract. I talked to
    several reps and none disputed the fact that I could keep my SRW. I am in
    San Diego.

    --
    Slobby Don
     

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