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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Boesky, Jul 16, 2009.
450 minutes, etc : $39.99
200 Text Message: $5.00
Did I miss anything?
No texting - $70
Well, you could cut out the text messages if you wanted to make it $70. But that price does not include taxes.
+1 ^^^ Sounds about right for both estimates and don't forget taxes and fees....
What fees are you talking about? Taxes will probably only make it a few extra dollars
You're kidding, right? There are state and gov't surcharges too.
My monthly service charges are:
$39.99 - 450 minutes
$20.00 - unlimited txting
$30.00 - "unlimited" data
My total, after 5% discount through my school, is $100.96.
State and government taxes mostly. Can't name them but on my cheapest bill which was everything you had at the top excluding text,totalled to $80. They totlly get you up the butt
I've attached the top of my bill summary:
I pay $151.28 tax included for (2) Iphones on a family plan of 700min, both phones with data, no text.
is about $76.14 each TAX INCLUDED
^^^^ Shut I just realized that I can get (2) individual plans with 450 min each for the same price as the family pack I currently have, darn it, Calling ATT now
On mine: Government Fees & Taxes $6.58
My Plan Includes:
450 minute plan
and a 22% discount with raytheon
My bill is $84 a month after taxes and all
I think I got a pretty sweet deal...
No state fees in California or Washington, but $3.50 in state fees for New Mexico....
450 Min 39.99 - 14% disc.
200 bonus min - free
Data 30.00 - 14% disc.
200 text 5.00
200 bonus text- Free
Total +/- 70.00
Plus I have about 8400 R/O min after I came off my 900 min. Gen 1 plan.
Not bad, but certainly not as good as my other T-Mobile plan.
how do you get a discount through your school
Most colleges and universities have Fan Discounts; just ask your AT&T CSR at the corporate store and they'll need to see a copy of your school ID card or if your company has a Fan Discount then show your company ID and you're set for 15%-25% discounts....
I pay about $70 for 650 minutes (feature code added 200 minutes), 750 texts (another feature code), and the unlimited data. I also get a 20% discount for being a state employee.
I'm on pre-paid EDGE-only with AT&T for $55 total a month.
That's similar to T-Mobile, but I think there's unlimited minutes for T-Mobile as well and it's very reasonably priced....
If you're on a family plan, I think it's the cheapest. Mine's about 55-60 dollars a month
I think I spend something like 5 bucks a month off of that 30 dollar plan. I essentially just want the data and don't want the number to die.
I pay $70 (about $80 with taxes). 450 minutes...text messaging blocked completely (only official AT&T messages make it through).
I thought I post up a Canadian plan (Rogers network) for comparison.... bear with me here
$25 voice: 200 daytime min, free eve and weekends after 6pm + unlimited rogers to rogers calling (an old voice plan)
$35 iphone "value pack": 500mb data, call id, visual vmail, ultd sms and mms
$6.95 system access fee + $0.50 for 911 fee....
-$10 for being a loyal customer (yea rite, had to be cuz of contracts!!!)
Total with sales tax comes to about $60 a month
Thats with a new 3Gs
Fido Prepaid, $10.
I don't see the point of this thread, I remember there was previous thread with the same topic. It looks like this forum is going around and around in a cycle with almost the same topics.
I pay £20 ($32.76) for 600 mins, 1200 texts and unlimited data on an O2 SIMplicity tariff.
Not a bad deal, I think. It shocks me to see how much people in the US pay for mobile tariffs. It also shocked me when I found out that incoming minutes are taken from your total over there too. It doesn't make any sense!
£/$0. All fees removed