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About to jump to Sprint
jmd3813
Member

I have three lines Unlimited with Verizon (historically overpriced), but great service.  $165 to start, plus features.   Sprint is capped at $100 unlimited for 3 lines.   Anyone know how to get Verizon to price match? Or is it just switch to Sprint or ATT and be done?

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Re: About to jump to Sprint
rcschnoor
Community Leader
Community Leader

@jmd3813 wrote:

I have three lines Unlimited with Verizon (historically overpriced), but great service.  $165 to start, plus features.   Sprint is capped at $100 unlimited for 3 lines.   Anyone know how to get Verizon to price match? Or is it just switch to Sprint or ATT and be done?


Either you have not done much research or you are not being completely truthful here. It appears you have either the Play More or Do More Unlimited plan with Verizon and you are comparing it with Sprint's plan which is more closely comparable with Verizon's Start Unlimited plan which is $135/month for 3 lines, not $165/month. If you want to price match, which Verizon IS NOT going to do, THAT would be the plan you would be getting.

The Sprint unlimited data plan which is capped at $100 for 3 lines is their bottom tier of unlimited while the Verizon plan you quote is not their bottom tier of unlimited data. Furthermore, there appears to be more possible restrictions on the Sprint Plan you reference than are on the Verizon Plan you reference. The price you mention will also INCREASE at Sprint after 1 year.

Lastly, the Sprint Plan you reference is not even the same plan that Sprint compares with the Verizon plan you reference. I assume that is because even Sprint realizes the 2 plans you reference are not very comparable.

If you want to go with Sprint or AT&T, you should just switch already.

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Re: About to jump to Sprint
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

We don't want to see you go, jmd3813. We are here to help you. We have sent you a Private Message, please respond only to that message going forward.

 

StevenG_VZW

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