Thursday, February 28, 2008

Sprint's Simply Everything Plan $99

The mobile carrier I have been with for eight years has finally offered a plan that I might be interested in that I do not have to go through the retention department to get. Every two years I call back to renew my plan and I negotiate. This last time we had to have plenty of text messages (my wife is a nurse (physician extender) and speaks in that language back and forth constantly with the doctors for which she works) and we did not want to pay more than we paid for our last retention plan. Granted.

Now they are offering everything but the kitchen sink for $99. Unlimited voice, unlimited data, e-mail, Web surfing, Sprint TV, Sprint Music, GPS navigation and push-to-talk. Considering that their current $99 single phone offering only has 2,000 minutes per month- no extras, that is a big leap for the underdog company that has had issues setting itself apart from the other big name companies.

You can read more here.
You can check out Sprint's website here.

Some questions:
-Do you own/use a mobile phone?
-What do you do most with your mobile phone?
-What would be your ideal plan?
-Are you concerned about the studies that say you risk brain cancer or infertility due to mobile phone usage?

2 comments:

Susan Hunt said...

I used to have a landline and a cell phone but no longer have a landline. Now my cell phone has become my house phone, my work phone, my emergency work phone, and my cell phone all in one :). Actually, I have seriously been thinking about getting a "family plan" for myself so I can have two phones in feeble attempt to separate my work/personal life.

And what doesn't cause brain cancer these days?

Roland said...

-Do you own/use a mobile phone?
Yes.

-What do you do most with your mobile phone?
Long distance.

-What would be your ideal plan?
Live closer to those I call most. ;)

-Are you concerned about the studies that say you risk brain cancer or infertility due to mobile phone usage?
I don't understand the question. (brain damage?) And why can't I have kids anymore? ;)