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BestBuy - Samsung Galaxy S10 (Sprint) With New Line/Account $0mo. 24 mo.

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Best Buy has 128GB Samsung Galaxy S10 Smartphone for $0/month for 24 months when you activate a new line on Sprint. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits.

Total savings of $900.00 includes $37.50/mo. carrier bill credit for 24 months. Bill credits end when phone balance is paid off.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6331915
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If you have 3 lines with Sprint then the 4th line will be free... $0 to change to the 4 lines for 100 deal... so yes, always keep an open mind... this is SD 😎
are you sure? i thought 4 lines was 140 for sprint
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Yes you can change any time just wont get your bill credit LMAO
Hahahhahaha
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Hahahhahaha
Not only that, you will be immediately required to pay the remainder balance of the phone I think. You won't get the remaining months left in the "contract" to pay off the phone over time.
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does tello offer wifi calling and visual voice mail?
Don't think they offer WiFi calling. They do offer generic voicemail that I don't use. In fact I think I had to ask them to disable voicemail on my plan so the phone would never answer. Keeps spammers away. What I did years ago was grab an old phone and start a pay as you go plan to see if I like the service. Some people still keep a spare prepaid phone in the car for an emergency if they lose/break their regular cell. Later I ported it over to a regular plan.

There's a blog that might have more answers.

https://blog.tello.com/
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Don't think they offer WiFi calling. They do offer generic voicemail that I don't use. In fact I think I had to ask them to disable voicemail on my plan so the phone would never answer. Keeps spammers away. What I did years ago was grab an old phone and start a pay as you go plan to see if I like the service. Some people still keep a spare prepaid phone in the car for an emergency if they lose/break their regular cell. Later I ported it over to a regular plan.

There's a blog that might have more answers.

https://blog.tello.com/
Yes, no visual VM. They do have their own app for iOS and Android. The app works over WiFi and allows you to call out, but no incoming. Also, no SMS over WiFi (incoming & outgoing).
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am i missing something here? why is everyone saying this is not a good deal?

if i was to port 5 lines to sprint, it would be $100/mo for unlimited everything and 5 free galaxy s10s. how is that not a deal if sprint has good coverage in ur area
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Don't think they offer WiFi calling. They do offer generic voicemail that I don't use. In fact I think I had to ask them to disable voicemail on my plan so the phone would never answer. Keeps spammers away. What I did years ago was grab an old phone and start a pay as you go plan to see if I like the service. Some people still keep a spare prepaid phone in the car for an emergency if they lose/break their regular cell. Later I ported it over to a regular plan.

There's a blog that might have more answers.

https://blog.tello.com/
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Pretty sure tidal is included and maybe Amazon prime? For those Math wizzes... -12.99 a month for prime and whatever tidal costs
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Pretty sure tidal is included and maybe Amazon prime? For those Math wizzes... -12.99 a month for prime and whatever tidal costs
That's only their top tier
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That's only their top tier
The $65/month plan? Or there's more expensive unlimited? Because I'm pretty sure there's no way they're going to do this on Kickstarter or free plan. Employee plan is readily available on reddit, but it's like $40/month. Let me log into my sprint account
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The $65/month plan? Or there's more expensive unlimited? Because I'm pretty sure there's no way they're going to do this on Kickstarter or free plan. Employee plan is readily available on reddit, but it's like $40/month. Let me log into my sprint account
The one with prime/hulu/tidal is $75, $65 gets you hulu/tidal and $55 is just hulu. But still, with the fuzzy math you could figure in these things
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am i missing something here? why is everyone saying this is not a good deal?

if i was to port 5 lines to sprint, it would be $100/mo for unlimited everything and 5 free galaxy s10s. how is that not a deal if sprint has good coverage in ur area
I have the exact same question
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Also, on their front page on sprint.com when I log in, there's a $200 visa gift card offer for a new line. $200 Walgreens gift card when you port, with additional $100 per year annually from wags for first 2 lines. I'd have to track down the credit union bonus for being on sprint. Finally, I saw an offer for 25k American airlines miles plus recurring monthly bonus for connecting your aa number

https://promo.sprint.com/Registra...ageLanding

One cash back site offering $50 with a new line, another $75.

There are probably terms and conditions on all these, but surely some stack

Edit: credit union link.

https://sprint.lovemycreditunion....QoQAvD_BwE
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This is a slickdeal with Swac. The plan costs only $30 + taxes with free phone for 18 months, everything unlimited and no activation fees.

Only downpart is you get the $0/mo for 18 months and at the end of 18 you can either buyout with $225 or return the phone for no charge/fees and upgrade.
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Maybe an obvious answer but im going to ask... I already have 4lines through sprint and dont mind the 2yr contact( i get a sprint corp discount with my work) and have been using sprint for over 10+ years. I do NOT need an extra line. How would i best utilize this promotion? Would i just open a 5th line and have that monthly rate be lower than the cost of a new phone? But then i would have a wasted phone line though. please help as i am currently in the market for this exact phone through sprint and i dont trust asking the service provider since they are known to BSing and far more trust my fellow SD'ers. Thank
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