1. kf4qhk's Avatar
    Hey guys,

    I have an old RadioShack plan - $20 per month for 750 A/T minutes, unlimited M2M (Verizon to Verizon) and have added $5 per 250 text. I used to get 600 for free, but, they dropped that option when I did an ESN change once.

    I really want to keep Verizon.

    I have a Sprint phone too that's $20 for 3,000 minutes.

    I want to have both #s on one phone.

    I am thinking about Page Plus ($55 for Unlimited Talk/Text and 2 GB of data.) I an also add 2 GB (to my Verizon) for $30 a month (because I am grandfathered in.)

    I now work for a state agency that gives me a 15% discount (if my plan is above $34.99 a month - it's not worth it, I don't think.)

    I need more than 750 minutes.

    I just read about some apps that use WiFi and Data to power Google Voice - and a minute is 1.2 MB. I have Wi-Fi at home, but, travel some. If in Wi-Fi, I could talk for free. The app is called GooVe IP.

    I was also told last night that I could get an app called TextPlus, which would allow me to send/receive texts as data.

    I'd rather keep Verizon (Sprint works ok in some my area, but, not in all.)

    Any thoughts on the best option for me?

    Thanks.

    Jeremy
    09-01-2012 03:59 PM
  2. Va1ha11a's Avatar
    You can actually link your sprint number with google voice, so you can not only text using a mobile data connection, you can text from your phone number on any computer.
    09-01-2012 06:43 PM
  3. kf4qhk's Avatar
    Ok. If my Sprint (my main) number is on Google Voice, will there be any conceiable problems?
    09-01-2012 08:41 PM
  4. Rukbat's Avatar
    Other than Google going down or screwing up, there shouldn't be. I have a few Google Voice numbers linked to a few phones, and I've never had any problems.
    09-01-2012 10:49 PM
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