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update 04/29/2013
Only available to existing out of contract t-mobile customer by calling retention department. YMMV.

update 02/12/2013
Alive from Feb 13, 2013 to Mar 23, 2013. You get free add-a-line for value plan or $5 add-a-line on classic till Jan 2014

Current Family Value Plan, get it now: Note: This deal ends March 23rd
1. If you don't want unlimited minutes, eg: 1000 shared family minutes among 5 people
2. If you only want max of 2 lines of unlimited minutes
3. If you use 2GB or more data monthly, and do not mind getting throttled

Wait for uncarrier ..rumoured to start end of March
1. If you want unlimited voice minutes for 3 lines or more, then definitely wait for the new uncarrier plan.
2. If you don't want contract

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T-Mobile’s Back-To-School Promotion Begins July 1st
TMobile upcoming back-to-school promotion beginning July 1st offering promotional family plans with $5 Classic and $0 Value add-a-lines. This promotional offering will offer savings of $5 per month, until January 2, 2014.

The promo offer is good for all Classic and Value plans that have shared limited buckets of minutes and the 500-minute AAL on unlimited family plans. Free nights and weekends, and other t-mobile.

Notes/Fine prints:
  • Good for both new and existing customers, and of course it requires a two-year contract. Existing customers will be required to change their existing rate plan and extend their contract on all lines to take advantage of this promo. A quick reminder that a contract extension for a rate plan change does not affect your upgrade date for a new phone
  • No grandfathered features (no myfav, no tzone, no web2go, no ...etc).
  • Tax+fees depending on your location, +12% in CA. Some military or corp -5% to -20% discount. Also tax on migration fees, and smartphone.
  • You do NOT need to get all 5 lines, but current promo gives you 3rd, 4th and 5th discount until Jan 2, 2014. Pricing will not change if you only get less line. After Jan 2nd, 2014, you will have to pay $5 extra for each 3rd, 4th and 5th.
  • Once that line/number are on Value plan, current t-mobile policy will not allow you to get back to plan which offer subsidy in future. So once you are in value plan, you will always have to buy devices yourself.
  • One account can have upto 5 lines. One person if qualify can have multiple accounts.

Best deal on value plan. Corp, military discount can be applied.

UNLIMITED MINUTES WITH DATA VALUE PLAN:
add $25 for 3rd, 4th, 5th each for unlimited talk. Add $10 for 3rd, 4th, 5th each for 2GB high speed. Add $25 for 3rd, 4th, 5th for 5GB high speed, $10 per line mobile to/from mobile (skype, google voice is not consider as mobile). Add $20 for unlimited nationwide un-throttle
5 lines for $80: (2 unlimited talk/text) + (3 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each) << add $10 for 2GB, $20 for un-throttle data, $25 for 5GB, $25 for unlimited voice
5 lines for $100: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with 2GB at 4G) + (3 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $110: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with 2GB at 4G) + (1 line unlimited text, 2GB at 4G, 500 minutes each) + (2 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $110: (2 unlimited talk/text) + (3 lines unlimited text, 2GB at 4G, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $120: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with 2GB at 4G) + (2 line unlimited text, 2GB at 4G, 500 minutes each) + (1 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $120: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with unlimited nationwide, un-throttle data) + (3 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $130: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with 2GB at 4G) + (3 line unlimited text, 2GB at 4G, 500 minutes each)
5 lines for $130: (2 unlimited talk/text/data with 5GB at 4G) + (3 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each)

1000 SHARED MINUTES WITH DATA VALUE PLAN:
5 lines for $80: (5 lines sharing 1000 minutes, unlimited text, 2 lines with 2GB at 4G each)
5 lines for $90: (5 lines sharing 1000 minutes, unlimited text, 3 lines with 2GB at 4G each)
5 lines for $100: (5 lines sharing 1000 minutes, unlimited text, 2 lines with unlimited nationwide, un-throttle data)

VOICE WITH TEXT VALUE PLAN, NO DATA:
5 lines for $60: (5 lines sharing 1000 minutes, unlimited text, no data) << add $10 for 2GB, $20 for un-throttle data, $25 for 5GB
5 lines for $80: (2 lines unlimited talk/text, no data) + (3 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each, no data)
5 lines for $105: (3 lines unlimited talk/text, no data) + (2 lines unlimited text, 500 minutes each, no data)

VOICE ONLY VALUE PLAN, NO DATA, NO TEXT: ... update: 10/15/2012 thanks to npatel3c
5 lines for $50: (5 lines sharing 1000 minutes, no text, no data) << add $10 for 2GB, $20 for un-throttle data, $25 for 5GB
.....

I have worked hard to pull info from different official sites to create this deal...rep me if you find this a good deal hug

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Classic plan also have this promo benefit, but monthly will be slightly more, BUT YOU GET BETTER DISCOUNT on smartphone. Value plan customer needs to buy smartphone at "retail price". In my location, costco retail price on smartphone is cheaper than t-mobile retail store.

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HOW TO GET THIS DEAL

IZE="4"]STEP 0[/SIZE]: Check t-mobile coverage in your area: http://www.t-mobile.com/coverage/pcc.aspx
If you are new to t-mobile or getting a new plan, please do the activation in person, do NOT use t-mobile chat. This will save a lot of grief and human error, a wisdom from many experienced t-mobile customers.

A.If you are still in contract t-mobile customer, call t-mobile directly for the add-on promo. If you are interested in value plan, they will have to check if you qualify for value plan. Check migration fees below. For NEW customer, I would recommend going personally to costco or tmobile retail store. Update, just learn this myself on 7/5: You can get this online. Put the package into the cart first and then customize each line at checkout, http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/Pack...kages.aspx. Update 7/6: if you cannot get unlimited plan via t-mobile website, you can call t-mobile directly or goto retail store (t-mobile, costco, best buy...etc). It's still available, t-mobile website is just missing lots of features and plan.

B. IF you are interested in value plan and planning to get a smartphone at costco, eg Samsung S2, do steps below:
1. First make sure you qualify: out of t-mobile contract or qualify for upgrade (not value plan) or less than 6 months left on t-mobile contract (not value plan) or new t-mobile customer or currently value plan customer wanting add-a-line, AND (access to costco membership and data plan)
2. Goto local costco. Tell them that you wanted value plan and wanted smartphones as well. Do your transactions. New activation is free, not sure about existing add-a-line customer. Sim is free.
3. Go home, make sure everything works and happy. If you have corp/military/eduction discount..etct, then call t-mobile CS. They should be able to apply for you.
UPDATE 7/23/2012: Costco will NO longer sell S3 with value plan.
UPDATE 8/07/2012: Costco now require phone purchase with all value lines activated. Thus I would recommend ONLY activating value plan lines for smartphones (first two line) or (add-a-line). Costco smartphone are decently priced but all their dumb phone are really really expensive! Then goto t-mobile stores to add/activate the rest. Remember to ask for free activation.

C. You DO NOT need to goto costco to get the value plan and classic plan deal. You can get value plan or classic plan along with smartphone anywhere, eg: t-mobile store, amazon wireless, walmart, ...etc. Major differences is the pricing of the smartphone. You can always buy at independent market like google nexus at google play or ebay or craigslist or amazon store. Costco is only mentioned here because they have great smartphone price when u activate/signup there. Where and when you activate/signup the value plan will determine the cost of your smartphone. So if you signup/activate at costco, then you get costo smartphone pricing. If you signup/activate at t-mobile store, you get t-mobile store smartphone pricing, you cannot go back to costco to get costco smartphone pricing later for that line. Lesson here: signup/activate plan or line where the smartphone is cheapest, and get the smartphone for that line at the same time.

D. If you don't want to buy smartphones for value plan, then just goto t-mobile store. It'll be free sim and NO activation fees. Note that once you are already in value plan, in future, you will NOT be able to buy smartphone for those lines at value plan prices, not in costco and not with t-mobile. Those lines will not be able to transfer back to a subsidized t-mobile plan (eg: classic, ...etc). This is the current t-mobile policy. It may or may not change in future. You can buy phones at ebay, craigslist, google play or get pre-paid phones, ..etc. Note that phone prices trend is dropping like crazy.

E. If you decide to buy smartphone, remember that tax on smartphone is based on retail price. If you pay migration fees, there will be tax on that too.

My experience shows that being nice to the salesperson or cs makes getting the deal easier, especially retention laugh out loud
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MIGRATION FEES for existing t-mobile customer still in contract and wanting to move to value plan. Depending on when you get your phone subsidized, there maybe a migration fees going to value plan PER LINE. Tax on migration fees. Official doc from t-mobile: http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-3282. Use this if anyone tells you differently.

Months Completed on Contract, per t-mobile official doc 3282, lasts modified Mar 8, 2012 10:38 PM by tmo_ryanm
0-7 months completed $200
8-11 months completed $150
12-15 months completed $100
16-17 months completed $50
18+ months completed $0

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Data Add-on Features:

Data Add-on Classic Plan Value Plan 4G Speed Allowance Details
Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data $30 $20 Unlimited Not compatible w/Smartphone Mobile Hotspot
Simple 200MB ??? $5 up to 200 MB, then 10 cents per MB ???
Unlimited Plus 2GB $20 $10 Up to 2 GB, then throttle Compatible w/smartphone hotspot for additional charge
Unlimited Premium 5 GB $35 $25 Up to 5 GB, then throttle Free hotspot/tethering
Unlimited Ultra 10 GB $65 $55 Up to 10 GB, then throttle Free hotspot/tethering

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update 04/29/2013
Only available to existing out of contract t-mobile customer by calling retention department. YMMV.

update 02/12/2013
Alive from Feb 13, 2013 to Mar 23, 2013. You get free add-a-line for value plan or $5 add-a-line on classic till Jan 2014


update 02/12/2013
Original deal is alive again from Feb 13, 2013 to Mar 23, 2013. You get free add-a-line for value plan or $5 add-a-line on classic till Jan 2014
........ Deal Ending TODAY (March 23, 2013)

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update 12/27/2012: Retention is still able to give this deal ...look at posting 1730
page 116 posting: http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=56416450&postcount=1730

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Nov 21, 2012: Dead ??? ...

Update Nov 21, 2012:
Value Plan:
$5 per line for 3rd, 4th or 5th line

Classic Plan:
$10 per line for 3rd, 4th or 5th line
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pro: Screen 4.7", Qualcomm Snapdragon(TM) S4 Pro, SlimPort HDMI, Android 4.2
cons: no microSD slot, LG (due to previous reputation on G2x phones), non removable battery, no T-Mobile WiFi Calling app

Bank of America has $75 cash back when sign up for a new line directly from T-Mobile retail stores & websites.
thanks & reps to maximmarkets. http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=54324804&postcount=14

t-mobile is giving out $50 Master Card gift card for NEW t-mobile value plan customers. Migrated grandfather customer will not qualify.
http://slickdeals.net/f/5664802-T-Mobile-Value-Plan-50-gift-card-for-NEW-customer-new-account-or-new-AAL?p=55823002#post55823002


UPDATE 10/18/2012: http://www.tmonews.com/2012/10/t-...b-minimum/http://www.tmonews.com/2012/10/t-...b-minimum/
As of Oct 10, 2012:
T-Mobile did change their data feature requirement for smartphones as of October 10th. Previously, T-Mobile allowed their 200MB data feature to meet the requirement with smartphone activation.
As of October 10th however, the smallest data package required for smartphone purchase moves to the 2GB plan, though this has no impact on existing customers already working with the 200MB plan.
  • If you get smartphone WITH value plan, then does it mean the NEW requirement is 2GB minimum??
  • Not sure how/if impacts costco smartphone w/required data -- > migrate value plan (is data still required?). Does paying migration fees to break contract means data requirement from previous contract is no longer valid? Maybe someone who recently gone through this process can comment ???
  • Not sure how/if impacts buy smartphone from t-mobile w/required data in old/classic plan -- > migrate value plan (is data still required?). Does paying migration fees to break contract means data requirement from previous contract is no longer valid? Maybe someone who recently gone through this process can comment ???

The big advantage over prepaid are....
- Unlimited any T-Mobile(R) to T-Mobile calling
- Unlimited nights and weekends
- Better data coverage since data roaming is included for postpaid (Voice roaming is included with postpaid and prepaid)
- Wi-Fi Calling from anywhere in the world does not use any in-plan minutes

The big advantage over post-paid are....
-It is much cheaper for single individual.
-you won't get hit with a unexpected bill.

For single line, going pre-paid (no contract) w/Tmobile is much cheaper, note pro & cons of pre-paid vs post-paid in wiki
http://prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/prepaid-plans

Tax on migration fees, and smartphone based on retail price

Quote from tastyriceboi View Post :
Just a warning for those who buy phones on craigslist. If the seller defaults on their payments or call in and say their phone was stolen/lost, the phones IMEI will be blacklisted and at this point it looks like there is no way to get off the blacklist. I've been trying to see if there are any sure ways to avoid this, but I haven't found anything that seems to avoid this situation. So just be cautious when you buy some of those newer phones like the S3, S2, One S and the amaze or sensation. Buying older phones should be more safe.
Wi-Fi Calling - this is a free add-on feature for any capable phone. For Value and Classic Plan, minutes are not taken out of any non-unlimited voice plan. If the majority of your phone calls take place while on a wifi network, then it might be in your best interest to look at the 1000-minute Value Plan. You will save $30/mo compared to the unlimited voice plan. Also note: any calls that start while on Wi-Fi Calling will drop as soon as you get out of the wifi network's range; calls that start on the cellular network will continue to be on the cellular network until the call ends (using your in-plan minutes).

Please remember that ETF on value plans upto $300 per line.Check the fine print
http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/Pack...kages.aspx

Take an ADDITIONAL 10-% - 15% off your bill

Value Plan UNLIMITED ANY Mobile to ANY Mobile $10 per line
you wont see this advertised but its like a "hidden add-on"
Its worth it to throw the Unlimited Any Mobile to Any mobile on the "extra" lines with 500 minutes.

International Talk & Text - $15 per month/line Countries:
http://www.t-mobile.com/internati...rview.aspx

Andorra Argentina Australia Austria Bahamas Belgium Brazil Brunei Canada Chile
China Colombia Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Dominican Republic Estonia France French Antilles FYROM
Germany Greece Guadeloupe Hong Kong Hungary India Ireland Israel Italy Japan
Jordan Latvia Luxembourg Macau Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand
Norway Panama Poland Portugal Romania Singapore Slovenia South Africa South Korea
Spain Switzerland Taiwan Thailand Turkey United Kingdom Uruguay Venezuela Zambia

200MB Data Add-on Features:

There are two types of 200MB data plans available. Both are $5/mo on the Value Plan. If you don't see either/both choices on-line, then you will need to call to get it added.

Data Add-on Classic Plan Value Plan 4G Speed Allowance Details
Simple 200MB $15? $5 Up to 200 MB, then 10 cents per MB ???
Simple 200MB Capped $15? $5 Up to 200 MB, then capped If data useage is very low, and you don't want to risk overages

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er, call different rep. Ask them about the "add a line" promo. Several people on this thread have successfully get this promo, already a value plan customer.

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I'm already on a value plan with 5 lines. I want to switch to this one for about $10 in saving each month, but the rep had no idea about the promotion..
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I'm already on a value plan with 5 lines. I want to switch to this one for about $10 in saving each month, but the rep had no idea about the promotion..
Just got off chat - I sent the rep the tmonews.com link in the OP - he said no problem and that my 5 line plan qualifies...just need to call into customer care to have the update made (since it's a contract change, I think they want verbal auth/recording/etc).

This should save me $15/month for the next 18 months = $180 savings. Thanks TMo!
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Quote from green_key View Post :
If you are new to t-mobile or prepaid customer, or out of contract t-mobile customer, it's best to goto costco retail or t-mobile retail store. If you activate your value plan via costco, you can get samsung s3 for $380, cheaper than t-mobile retail.

You CANNOT replicate this online. See above on how to get this deal, depending if you are still on t-mobile contract.
So if you are new and you can get corp. discount, should go to costco retail or t-mobile retail store to get both the plan and the phones?
Or go to t-mobile retail store to get the plan and get SIM cards instead of phones. And then go to Costco retail to buy the phones and put in the SIM card?
Or go to Costco retail to get the value plan and phones even if they can't add corp discount. And then call or go to T-mobile retail store to add the corp. discount later?
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got it. the 2nd guy did it in 5 minutes! thanks guys
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I'm currently out of contract with Tmo and thinking about renewing for galaxy S3. Would I get a better deal if I go through retention or should I just go with value plan through costco?
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I'm currently out of contract with Tmo and thinking about renewing for galaxy S3. Would I get a better deal if I go through retention or should I just go with value plan through costco?
I think value plan throught costco is your best choice. They have good price on the S3

Btw the guy also transferred my $10 loyalty discount to the new plan. More saving!
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IF you are interested in value plan and planning to get a smartphone Samsung S3 as well, do steps below:

1. First make sure you qualify: out of t-mobile contract, new t-mobile customer, currently NOT value customer.
2. Goto local costco. Tell them that you wanted value plan and wanted Samsung S3, about $380 each. Do your transactions. New activation is free. Sim is free.
3. Go home, make sure everything works and happy. Then call t-mobile CS. Tell them that you have corp discount. They should be able to apply for you.
4. T-mobile retention may not help you as much because of value plan. They may lower down the phone cost, BUT t-mobile retail Samsung S3 is $630 vs costco at $380.

Quote from MozartA View Post :
So if you are new and you can get corp. discount, should go to costco retail or t-mobile retail store to get both the plan and the phones?
Or go to t-mobile retail store to get the plan and get SIM cards instead of phones. And then go to Costco retail to buy the phones and put in the SIM card?
Or go to Costco retail to get the value plan and phones even if they can't add corp discount. And then call or go to T-mobile retail store to add the corp. discount later?
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I'm currently out of contract with Tmo and thinking about renewing for galaxy S3. Would I get a better deal if I go through retention or should I just go with value plan through costco?
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IF you are interested in value plan and planning to get a smartphone Samsung S3 as well, do steps below:

1. First make sure you qualify: out of t-mobile contract, new t-mobile customer, currently NOT value customer.
2. Goto local costco. Tell them that you wanted value plan and wanted Samsung S3, about $380 each. Do your transactions. New activation is free. Sim is free.
3. Go home, make sure everything works and happy. Then call t-mobile CS. Tell them that you have corp discount. They should be able to apply for you.
4. T-mobile retention may not help you as much because of value plan. They may lower down the phone cost, BUT t-mobile retail Samsung S3 is $630 vs costco at $380.
lol thanks for the step by step explanation! btw I really want the white version. anyone know when that'll be out?

also would costco know about this free addon plan? if not, should i add the line there, and call tmobile later?
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Quote from green_key View Post :
IF you are interested in value plan and planning to get a smartphone Samsung S3 as well, do steps below:

1. First make sure you qualify: out of t-mobile contract, new t-mobile customer, currently NOT value customer.
2. Goto local costco. Tell them that you wanted value plan and wanted Samsung S3, about $380 each. Do your transactions. New activation is free. Sim is free.
3. Go home, make sure everything works and happy. Then call t-mobile CS. Tell them that you have corp discount. They should be able to apply for you.
4. T-mobile retention may not help you as much because of value plan. They may lower down the phone cost, BUT t-mobile retail Samsung S3 is $630 vs costco at $380.
Is there anyway to get the Samsung S3 for $380 if you are already a Tmobile Value customer and not new (Been one for about 10 months now).
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If you are already a t-mobile value plan customer, my gut feeling tells me depends on the sales person. If you do the free "add a line" at costco, then u can get S3 for that specific line. Also check if you can waiver the add a line activation fee if any. Be nice to the salesperson. Wink

Costco should have the free or discounted addon plan. However, since it's only active yesterday, all their salesperson may not be trained. I would not "fight" with them on the free addon since the major goal at costco is getting the S3 price. You can always call t-moble cs later to change the add-on pricing.

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Is there anyway to get the Samsung S3 for $380 if you are already a Tmobile Value customer and not new (Been one for about 10 months now).
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lol thanks for the step by step explanation! btw I really want the white version. anyone know when that'll be out?
also would costco know about this free addon plan? if not, should i add the line there, and call tmobile later?
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Quote from trandt View Post :
Is there anyway to get the Samsung S3 for $380 if you are already a Tmobile Value customer and not new (Been one for about 10 months now).
well, you can add a line for free until jan 2014 and get the S3 for $380. but you'll have to pay $5 a month for 6 months after jan 14, that's $30 more. i guess that would still be worth it.
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well, you can add a line for free until jan 2014 and get the S3 for $380. but you'll have to pay $5 a month for 6 months after jan 14, that's $30 more. i guess that would still be worth it.
so i had a quick question. If i have currently 3 lines (one addon) on my family plan. If I went to costco and added another family line since it is free until Jan 2014, and get the $380 Galaxy S3.

1. Can I deactivate the line on Jan 2014 since it is only a addon or am I required to keep that on my contract for two years.

2. Am not sure but they might make me sign up for internet since it is a smart phone but can I remove that when I get home.

Point is I just want the S3 and the 4th line would not really be used but since its free I dont care. Thanks for answering anything in advance.
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Yesterday I ordered 3x Samsung S II's ($49 each) with shared 1000 minutes, unlimited text and 2g of 4G data at $150 per month from T-mobile (small corporate discount of 8% and no activation fees). However, on this value plan, it looks I could get the same deal without phones for $80 per month. Thoughts on which is better deal?
Value Plan over 2 yrs
$80 x 24 months = $1920
Classic Plan over 2 yrs
$150 x 24 months = $3600 + (3 x $49) = $3747
Price of each phone, $3747-$1920 = $1827/4 =$609

So basically, with your classic pla, you end up paying $609 for each SGS2.

I believe you can get a SGS3 for $600 so yea, you got a bad deal.
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I have 4 lines that are eligible for best price phone upgrade, can I upgrade the phones at Sam's Club and extend my contract and then switch to the value plan? Thanks
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Value Plan over 2 yrs
$80 x 24 months = $1920
Classic Plan over 2 yrs
$150 x 24 months = $3600 + (3 x $49) = $3747
Price of each phone, $3747-$1920 = $1827/4 =$609

So basically, with your classic pla, you end up paying $609 for each SGS2.

I believe you can get a SGS3 for $600 so yea, you got a bad deal.

Wait, I'm trying to keep up with you guys here. But how are you getting $80 a month? I thought its $100??
Also why can't you guys just switch online yourselves? Instead of calling and trying to get lucky with one of the reps. I was able to change it online myself.
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