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  1. nonie's Avatar
    Is. How much a month for the note 7 do they charge, on 12 month next?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 03:50 PM
  2. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    Is. How much a month for the note 7 do they charge, on 12 month next?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    When I was pre-ordering, I believe it said $35

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    08-11-2016 03:55 PM
  3. ShiftTab's Avatar
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    08-11-2016 03:56 PM
  4. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    It's $29.xx and $36.xx respectively.

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    08-11-2016 04:02 PM
  5. nonie's Avatar
    Thanks for your reply. I was quoted $75.00, I assume the rest of cost would be for plan on phone.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 04:02 PM
  6. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    Thanks for your reply. I was quoted $75.00, I assume the rest of cost would be for plan on phone.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    I don't understand what you mean. But the numbers I posted are for both plans respectively. Of course the higher one is less payments and upgrade faster.

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    08-11-2016 04:05 PM
  7. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    These are the prices without down payment.

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    08-11-2016 04:11 PM
  8. nonie's Avatar
    Thanks.
    Sorry, guess I didn't fully understand your answer.
    I have never been on the next plan just trying to figure out pricing a month if I went with one.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 04:12 PM
  9. Thisistip's Avatar
    Thanks for your reply. I was quoted $75.00, I assume the rest of cost would be for plan on phone.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    This is for the taxes that you pay up front.
    08-11-2016 06:29 PM
  10. nonie's Avatar
    This is for the taxes that you pay up front.
    So, it shouldn't be 75.00 every month?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 06:45 PM
  11. Gsxr151's Avatar
    Any advice on which plan is more cost efficient?
    08-11-2016 07:07 PM
  12. nonie's Avatar
    Any advice on which plan is more cost efficient?
    I'd be interested in knowing that also.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 07:44 PM
  13. Zello_Police's Avatar
    Thanks.
    Sorry, guess I didn't fully understand your answer.
    I have never been on the next plan just trying to figure out pricing a month if I went with one.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    I was preordering on next earlier today and I got a pop up stating that I was eligible for a 25.00 dollar discount if I bought on a next plan. I figured it was too good to be true to get a note 7 for a mere 4.00 dollars a month!

    So I decided to call. The first rep I spoke to said yes! That is a killer deal. Note 7 for 4.00 dollars extra a month on my bill. Then I called again and again. The other 2 reps said that I was already getting the 25.00 dollar discount for smartphone access which is 40 dollars minus 25.00 equals 15.00 dollars per line on the 15 gig or higher plans. Therefore I will not get an additional discount.

    My argument was that the access discount and the next discount are two complete different entities. at&t is combining a discount that doesn't exist with a discount that is not disclosed. since I was under the impression that the shared data plan and the access fee per line were not discounted. That is how they market it. until you disect your bill.

    Complete BS if you ask me. So beware the next discount and the access discount are basically the same thing. Do not expect to get an additional 25.00 dollar discount per next plan per line.
    08-11-2016 08:38 PM
  14. matt3166's Avatar
    So, it shouldn't be 75.00 every month?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    No. There should only be 3 options with AT&T.
    $29.34 for 30 months, $36.67 for 24 and full price $879.99

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    08-11-2016 08:43 PM
  15. matt3166's Avatar
    Thanks for your reply. I was quoted $75.00, I assume the rest of cost would be for plan on phone.

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    Yes and no. If your going with their 5GB plan it's $50(plan)+$25(access fee)+monthly phone payment.
    So $75 for your plan, plus the phone. So around $100 a month.

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    08-11-2016 08:45 PM
  16. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    So, it shouldn't be 75.00 every month?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    I don't know what the $75 you was quoted for. It could be the plan + phone, plan only. Just don't know the details of the $75 you were quoted. In any event the phone would cost either $29 or $36 if purchased on NEXT and the rest of your coats would be plan. Also you have to pay taxes upfront on the entire device cost no matter which plan you select.

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    08-11-2016 09:01 PM
  17. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    Any advice on which plan is more cost efficient?
    At the end it's the same price paid. It all depends on the user and how frequent they want to upgrade on which one makes sense. For next every year you only have to pay 50% of the device cost to be able to trade it back in and get a newer one. For regular next you have to pay 80% of the device cost.

    So say for instance you want the note 8. If you're on next every year by this time next year you would have paid 50% ($440) of the note 7 and you can trade that in, break even and start another next plan for the note 8. But for the regular next plan you wouldn't have reached 80% ($704) and not eligible and would be required to pay the amount to get to 80% to trade it back in and break even. So at the end of the day cost efficiency will be relative to how often you want to upgrade. I did the next every year since it's only 7 bucks extra a month.

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    08-11-2016 09:12 PM
  18. Rmbrown1964's Avatar
    At the end it's the same price paid. It all depends on the user and how frequent they want to upgrade on which one makes sense. For next every year you only have to pay 50% of the device cost to be able to trade it back in and get a newer one. For regular next you have to pay 80% of the device cost.

    So say for instance you want the note 8. If you're on next every year by this time next year you would have paid 50% ($440) of the note 7 and you can trade that in, break even and start another next plan for the note 8. But for the regular next plan you wouldn't have reached 80% ($704) and not eligible and would be required to pay the amount to get to 80% to trade it back in and break even. So at the end of the day cost efficiency will be relative to how often you want to upgrade. I did the next every year since it's only 7 bucks extra a month.

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    I did the next 24 so i can upgrade to the note 8. My wife thinks I'm nuts, she don't understand how we think lol.

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    08-11-2016 09:22 PM
  19. Zello_Police's Avatar
    I did the next 24 so i can upgrade to the note 8. My wife thinks I'm nuts, she don't understand how we think lol.

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    Are you ok with handing over your note 7 after you've paid a nut and get nothing in return but a new 24 month plan for a note 8? I tend to think more like your ol' lady, Rationally.
    Hey you may make a ton of money and if you're ok with that more power to you.
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    08-11-2016 09:35 PM
  20. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    I did the next 24 so i can upgrade to the note 8. My wife thinks I'm nuts, she don't understand how we think lol.

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    Same here. I just look at it like I'm leasing it for a year and giving it back to get the newer one. Just like a car... you don't buy a depreciating asset, you lease it!

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    08-11-2016 09:37 PM
  21. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    Are you ok with handing over your note 7 after you've paid a nut and get nothing in return but a new 24 month plan for a note 8? I tend to think more like your ol' lady, Rationally.
    Hey you may make a ton of money and if you're ok with that more power to you.
    But you did get something out of it. You got to use it for the year. I understand holding on until you pay it off but by then you're not going to get much for it and just wind up starting a new plan anyway. Just look at it like renting or leasing. You pay for the time you used and then upgrade to a shiny new one each year. And the extras and gift cards you get for getting as well

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    08-11-2016 09:39 PM
  22. nonie's Avatar
    Yes and no. If your going with their 5GB plan it's $50(plan)+$25(access fee)+monthly phone payment.
    So $75 for your plan, plus the phone. So around $100 a month.

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    Thanks

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
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    08-11-2016 09:58 PM
  23. Thisistip's Avatar
    So, it shouldn't be 75.00 every month?

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    No it will be either the $29 or $36/mo
    08-11-2016 09:59 PM
  24. nonie's Avatar
    I don't know what the $75 you was quoted for. It could be the plan + phone, plan only. Just don't know the details of the $75 you were quoted. In any event the phone would cost either $29 or $36 if purchased on NEXT and the rest of your coats would be plan. Also you have to pay taxes upfront on the entire device cost no matter which plan you select.

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    Thanks

    Posted from Android Central.
    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    08-11-2016 09:59 PM
  25. matt3166's Avatar
    Thanks

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    on Samsung Galaxy s5
    No problem.

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    08-11-2016 09:59 PM
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