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    Nice duck ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpham00 View Post
    Personally, the reduction in smartphone line access charge requiring edge is a deal breaker since you must buy full priced phones from Verizon and always must be on edge.


    Att msv is way better because you can byod, and no requirement to buy full priced phone from them.


    I think that this is a marketing tactic to say the have the plan

    Sent from my Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 3 via Tapatalk Pro
    You are talking about the AT&T plans that you see in the new commercials with the Verizon employees asking questions? You may want to read about those plans if so, because they are actually set up similar, and Verizon throws in a few perks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozume View Post
    You can disagree all you want, but the facts are what the facts are. Consumers respond to convoluted pricing especially when pitched to them in high pressure sales situations, which is why the Verizon reps are on commission. When JC Penny got rid of convoluted pricing, their revenue went down. And when they brought it back, their revenue went up. That is just one example.

    You are giving the average joe too much credit. JC Penny made that mistake, too. Now they know better.
    AT&T reps work on commission as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fofjjsr View Post
    AT&T reps work on commission as well...
    I think that is true of all the cell phone companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozume View Post
    I think that is true of all the cell phone companies.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fofjjsr View Post
    You are talking about the AT&T plans that you see in the new commercials with the Verizon employees asking questions? You may want to read about those plans if so, because they are actually set up similar, and Verizon throws in a few perks.

    Big Red Note 3
    What perks do they throw in versus AT&T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpham00 View Post
    Even tmobile has had deceptive practices at the time when they rolled out their simple choice plan, to the point that they were sued by a state attorney general, and had to agree to modify their practices.

    Sent from my Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 3 via Tapatalk Pro
    Well, I would venture to say that T-Mobile's verbiage is even worse than Verizon since they throttle data, but whatever haha
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    I assume my dads new plan has been active for a while now but he was paying $50 for 450 Minutes + 1000 texts in his basic phone. I noticed Verizon had a Share Plan for one line that included Unlimited Minutes & Text + 250 MB of Data for $45.

    Great deal if you ask me. The More Plans in general look great but still with a single line and Unlimited Data my best bets are either keep my plan or sign up for the Loyalty Plan.

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    Let me know if I did my analysis right



    Assume 5 smartphones on a 10gb plan

    Subsidized phones every 2 years
    $7,200($300 x 24 MEP monthly access)
    $1,000($200 x 5 - iPhone)
    $150($30 x 5 - upgrade fee)
    $8,350Total Cost using subsidy

    Edge phones every 2 years
    $4,800($200 x 24 MEP monthly access)
    $3,250($650 x 5 - iPhone)
    $8,050Total Cost using edge

    Subsidized phones 1st year, unsubsidized 2nd year, assume trade in each phone
    $7,200($300 x 24 MEP monthly access)
    $1,000($200 x 5 - iPhone sub)
    $3,250($650 x 5 - iPhone unsub)
    $150($30 x 5 - upgrade fee)
    -$3,000($300* x 10 iPhone Trade in value)
    $8,600Total Cost using subsidy
    *iPhone 5 trade in value from Verizon as of 2/16/14

    Edge phones every year, for 2 years
    $4,800($200 x 24 MEP monthly access)
    $6,500($200 x 10 - iPhone)
    $11,300Total Cost using edge



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