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    Sprint SERO Discounts

    I have had sprint for about 6 years now, and I am paying about $80/month on 2 lines on the family fair/flexible plan. It's like $70+$15(powervision)+$5(100 SMS)-$20(dropped call credits)-10%(employee discount).

    I just renewed my 2 year contract to get a discount on my PPC-6700, and my other line is set to expire in September. From reading other people's posts, it appears that everyone is getting good deals when talking to customer service.

    I just found out about the SERO discount, and was wondering what the best next step would be for me to try to get better pricing.

    1. Does SERO discount allow 2 lines? If so, can I try to move my family plan to the SERO discount?

    2. I know that SERO site says that it is only applicable on new lines of service. Since my other line is set to expire in September, could I use this to my advantage in any way? Perhaps canceling the 2nd line (which my wife uses), and signing her up to a new line with SERO...and then canceling my current line and paying $150 fee? Then opening 2nd line on SERO?

    3. Can I add on corporate discounts I have at work on top of SERO?

    I basically need best way to do this and how...

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    Quote Originally Posted by angina
    I have had sprint for about 6 years now, and I am paying about $80/month on 2 lines on the family fair/flexible plan. It's like $70+$15(powervision)+$5(100 SMS)-$20(dropped call credits)-10%(employee discount).

    I just renewed my 2 year contract to get a discount on my PPC-6700, and my other line is set to expire in September. From reading other people's posts, it appears that everyone is getting good deals when talking to customer service.

    I just found out about the SERO discount, and was wondering what the best next step would be for me to try to get better pricing.

    1. Does SERO discount allow 2 lines? If so, can I try to move my family plan to the SERO discount?

    2. I know that SERO site says that it is only applicable on new lines of service. Since my other line is set to expire in September, could I use this to my advantage in any way? Perhaps canceling the 2nd line (which my wife uses), and signing her up to a new line with SERO...and then canceling my current line and paying $150 fee? Then opening 2nd line on SERO?

    3. Can I add on corporate discounts I have at work on top of SERO?

    I basically need best way to do this and how...
    Me too. I am in the exact same boat except I do not have any lines ending soon.

    Thanks for the information provided by those who will.
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