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Michael Lynch
June 25th 03, 01:50 AM
"sonya" > wrote in message
...
> i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over when
u
> change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
> upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!! this
is
> plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
> sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
> anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help
>
>

Do you mean that the Sprint PCS store wouldn't sell you a phone? If so, buy
it somewhere else (Radio Shack, BB, etc.).

--
Mike Lynch

Jerome Zelinske
June 25th 03, 02:07 AM
What do you mean? You can buy a new phone anytime you want. It
does not matter if you are in an Advantage Agreement or not, or how long
is left of it. You changed plans and are now saving money, or you would
not have changed, right? So saving that money for the next year is a
problem for you?


sonya wrote:
> i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over when u
> change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
> upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!! this is
> plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
> sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
> anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help
>
>

Newguy
June 25th 03, 02:23 AM
this is just another troll who is lying. don't you ever notice how one
troll starts a complaint and then magically a dozen other people just happen
across here like it's the first time they've been here with the SAME
complaint?


"Jerome Zelinske" > wrote in message
...
> What do you mean? You can buy a new phone anytime you want. It
> does not matter if you are in an Advantage Agreement or not, or how long
> is left of it. You changed plans and are now saving money, or you would
> not have changed, right? So saving that money for the next year is a
> problem for you?
>
>
> sonya wrote:
> > i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over
when u
> > change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
> > upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!!
this is
> > plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
> > sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
> > anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help
> >
> >
>

George Sieport
June 25th 03, 03:41 AM
ok man listen there is no such a thing as like ur contract is too new.
Some delers don't want to sell u phone cause they don't get as much
money as if they sell new phone with new contract. so man who said about
plans is right u changed it to save money but u probaly u would say I
would have not changed it if I knew that my contract will start over but
man I'm sure they told u cause they read u stuff of the screen if u
don't believe call them they'll play it for u like they played it once
for me.


"sonya" > wrote in article
>:
> i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over when u
> change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
> upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!! this is
> plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
> sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
> anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help
>
>

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sonya
June 25th 03, 03:49 AM
i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over when u
change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!! this is
plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help

sonya
June 25th 03, 05:23 PM
FOR ONE THING I'M NOT NO MAN!! THE PROBLEM IS THE LOCAL SPRINT STORE HAS A
PROMOTION THAT IF U TRADE UR PHONE IN FOR A NEWER PHONE THEY WOULD GIVE U
CREDIT TOWARD A BETTER PHONE!! WHEN I CHANGED PLANS I GOT A MORE EXSPENSIVE
PLAN BECAUSE OF THE VISION PLANS. SO EVERYONE REMEMBER EVERYTIME U CHANGE UR
PLAN U START A NEW ONE YEAR CONTRACT!!! THATS HOW SPRINT RIPS U OFF!!!!
"George Sieport" > wrote in message
...
> ok man listen there is no such a thing as like ur contract is too new.
> Some delers don't want to sell u phone cause they don't get as much
> money as if they sell new phone with new contract. so man who said about
> plans is right u changed it to save money but u probaly u would say I
> would have not changed it if I knew that my contract will start over but
> man I'm sure they told u cause they read u stuff of the screen if u
> don't believe call them they'll play it for u like they played it once
> for me.
>
>
> "sonya" > wrote in article
> >:
> > i was wondering why sprint never tells u that ur contract starts over
when u
> > change plans. i was going to take my phone into a local sprint store to
> > upgrade my phone. now i dont qualify because my contract is to new!!
this is
> > plum outright stupid!! i have been with sprint for a year and a half!!!
> > sprint sucks!! no one told me that the contract would start over!! does
> > anyone know how to get around all this crap to upgrade? please help
> >
> >
>
> [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]

Bob Smith
June 25th 03, 08:01 PM
George Sieport wrote:
> ok man listen there is no such a thing as like ur contract is too new.
> Some delers don't want to sell u phone cause they don't get as much
> money as if they sell new phone with new contract. so man who said
> about plans is right u changed it to save money but u probaly u would
> say I
> would have not changed it if I knew that my contract will start over
> but
> man I'm sure they told u cause they read u stuff of the screen if u
> don't believe call them they'll play it for u like they played it once
> for me.

Yo George ... how about using some of that education that you've
experienced, to add some punctuation and correct spelling to your posts. It
certainly would help to understand what you are trying to say ...

Bob

Bob Smith
June 25th 03, 08:01 PM
sonya wrote:
> FOR ONE THING I'M NOT NO MAN!! THE PROBLEM IS THE LOCAL SPRINT STORE
> HAS A PROMOTION THAT IF U TRADE UR PHONE IN FOR A NEWER PHONE THEY
> WOULD GIVE U CREDIT TOWARD A BETTER PHONE!! WHEN I CHANGED PLANS I
> GOT A MORE EXSPENSIVE PLAN BECAUSE OF THE VISION PLANS. SO EVERYONE
> REMEMBER EVERYTIME U CHANGE UR PLAN U START A NEW ONE YEAR
> CONTRACT!!! THATS HOW SPRINT RIPS U OFF!!!! "George Sieport"

Did someone forget to lock the troll gate again? ...

Bob

Sinster
June 26th 03, 05:14 PM
Bob-

You are an ignorant prick. Sonya had a question and you accuse her of
being a troll. Cause she bashed sprint she automatically becomes a troll?


"Bob Smith" > wrote in message
thlink.net...
> sonya wrote:
> > FOR ONE THING I'M NOT NO MAN!! THE PROBLEM IS THE LOCAL SPRINT STORE
> > HAS A PROMOTION THAT IF U TRADE UR PHONE IN FOR A NEWER PHONE THEY
> > WOULD GIVE U CREDIT TOWARD A BETTER PHONE!! WHEN I CHANGED PLANS I
> > GOT A MORE EXSPENSIVE PLAN BECAUSE OF THE VISION PLANS. SO EVERYONE
> > REMEMBER EVERYTIME U CHANGE UR PLAN U START A NEW ONE YEAR
> > CONTRACT!!! THATS HOW SPRINT RIPS U OFF!!!! "George Sieport"
>
> Did someone forget to lock the troll gate again? ...
>
> Bob
>
>

Bob Smith
June 26th 03, 06:15 PM
Sinster wrote:
> Bob-
>
> You are an ignorant prick. Sonya had a question and you accuse
> her of being a troll. Cause she bashed sprint she automatically
> becomes a troll?

Looky here now Sinister. I wasn't the first one to apply that terminology to
the poster. She received a number of replies, all of which she didn't like
to hear, and then she comes back shouting in all caps?

I'm betting that she was told that her AA would start over, when she changed
to the new plan and that she's read some posts here, who were able to
negotiate a better price on a new phone, when changing plans & renewing
their AA, after it had expired.

And no, I don't label everyone who has a disagreement, or a misunderstanding
with SPCS.

As for you and your "Anyone" post, you have two options, either extend your
AA or pay the money ... it's that simple.

Bob

George Sieport
July 18th 03, 08:40 PM
Bob
I'm busy man. I have no time to check spelling.

Thanks,

Yours George!!!

"Bob Smith" > wrote in article
k.net>:
> George Sieport wrote:
> > ok man listen there is no such a thing as like ur contract is too new.
> > Some delers don't want to sell u phone cause they don't get as much
> > money as if they sell new phone with new contract. so man who said
> > about plans is right u changed it to save money but u probaly u would
> > say I
> > would have not changed it if I knew that my contract will start over
> > but
> > man I'm sure they told u cause they read u stuff of the screen if u
> > don't believe call them they'll play it for u like they played it once
> > for me.
>
> Yo George ... how about using some of that education that you've
> experienced, to add some punctuation and correct spelling to your posts. It
> certainly would help to understand what you are trying to say ...
>
> Bob
>
>

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