Family Talk -- 2 iPhone's

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  1. cwubbels macrumors regular

    cwubbels

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    #1
    I was just wondering if anyone had a FamilyTalk plan with 2 iPhone's on it, and if so, how much is your monthly bill? I am thinking about combining my fiancee's iPhone (450 min + unltd. txt) with my plan (also iPhone 450 min + unltd. txt, i.e. get a FamilyTalk plan) but wanted an idea on if it was worth it financially. I know everyones plan is different but I am just looking for ball park information.

    I apologize if there are other threads on this, I did a search but didn't find anything.

    Thanks.
     
  2. I3eXa macrumors 6502

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    I have 2 iphones and pay about $160 total, that includes:
    550 anytime minutes $50.00
    data plan for iphone 1 $30.00
    data plan for iphone 2 $30.00
    family unlimited text/mms $30.00
    2nd line $9.99
     
  3. eawmp1 macrumors 601

    eawmp1

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    1) Plenty of threads on this
    2) Add proposed cost of family plan (choose # minutes based on your combined usage) + $9.99 for second iPhone + $30 data plan (per phone) + cost of text plan (shared minutes - if you text, get the unlimited minuted) = monthly cost (add in taxes and fees)
    3) Compare with your current costs.
     
  4. doubleatheman macrumors 6502a

    doubleatheman

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    New Family Plan:

    59.99 mins + 2(30) data + 30 text

    Total: $149.99

    Old Individual Plan:

    2 (39.99)mins + 2 (30)data + 2 (20)texts

    Total:$179.98

    Savings: $29.99

    :)
     
  5. cwubbels thread starter macrumors regular

    cwubbels

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    Thank you for the prompt replies! Very helpful!
     
  6. eawmp1 macrumors 601

    eawmp1

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    +$9.99 for second line
     
  7. McGiord macrumors 601

    McGiord

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    if you do a lot of calls to other carriers, then the 1400 minutes will give you the 10 A-list numbers to be able to call other carriers, that will not take away minutes.
    Will generate a lot of rollover minutes.
     
  8. cwubbels thread starter macrumors regular

    cwubbels

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    That is some good insight! I appreciate the information.
     

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