- 01-06-2011, 04:15 PM #2
The $10 data fee applies no matter what. This webpage implies that you can get the $69.99 rate plan for $59.99, then still the $10 data fee would then be added on. If you didn't use the webpage, then the $69.99 full rate would also have a $10 added data fee bringing the total to $79.99. But, if you did that on the webpage (thus $59.99 base rate) , would that lower rate then disqualify you from the Premier Status and not allow upgrades after 12 months.
- 01-07-2011, 09:15 AM #4
Personally, I'd rather pay the normal rate, use an employer/credit union/student discount, and stay premier