SERO - Can it be true?


May 25, 2010
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I'm not sure if this will really affect anyone else, and I'm not sure if it will stick, but it's pretty damned cool so far. To set the stage, I have two phones on my account. One is a SERO 500 premium for $40 and the other is the Sprint Everything 500 (or 450, can't remember now) for $59. The line I was upgrading was the Sprint Everything line

I upgraded to the EVO 4G LTE from a Samsung SII. Got my package in the mail, opened it and turned that bad boy on as quick as I could. To my surprise, even though I hadn't activated the phone yet, it got a data connection and had steps to activate the phone. I started running through the process and quickly got a message that the phone was not compatible with my plan. It then brought up a list of plans that I could change to, and SERO 500 premium was one of them. I selected it not thinking there was any way it would work, but it did. Phone is working great and I logged into my account and saw that both my lines are now SERO 500 premium.

Long story short, by buying this phone I am now saving $20 a month ($59 plan is now $40). If anyone else is in the same position I would recommend trying to activate it with the new phone, not calling in or using the webpage.


May 16, 2012
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I am on the $50 SERO plan, up from the $40. Wouldn't let me activate on the phone or online (listed a variety of $100+ plans for me to "upgrade" to), had to call customer care, but she got it activated no problem.


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Sep 11, 2010
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I have sero and I kove it. Big reason why I keep sprint. Im waiting game till the end of the year time upgrade.

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