Saving Some Money.

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  1. fr4nk1yn

    fr4nk1yn New Member

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    Saving Some Money.

    I have 4 unlimited lines, 2 for others.
    Seen people that somehow get better rates.
    Before I call Sprint I'd like to knwo what to expect.

    Any ideas what talking points to use to decrease my bills.
  2. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    Try the "long term customer" route if you are one.

    Be Honest, and remain cordial with them. If you get an attitude they are more likely to stonewall. Also try and avoid threatening to cancel.
    Just explain the situation, try to get some hard numbers off of the people you know who have discounts.
    Also try emailing e-care, they are usually more agreeable
  3. mike250rs

    mike250rs New Member

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    Also keep an eye on the extras they want to sell you and the cost for each. Might be worth a shot to ask for a discount on them considering you have so many lines.

    And be carefull switching plans mid billing cycle. I learned this the hard way. I was double charged for quite a few things and have yet to get them all paid back.
  4. fr4nk1yn

    fr4nk1yn New Member

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    Thanks..

    There are no extras, I have everything possible.
    Everything plus TEP.

    Switching plans is not an option.
  5. CodyJo

    CodyJo New Member

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    In Utah, if you are member of a Credit Union, you save 10% on your phone bill. I save 14% off my bill and qualify for $150 off a new phone every year for my primary line due to a corporate discount from my employer.

    Maybe you could look into some of those options.

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