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# 34679 27-May-2009 21:05
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Just wondering I have a phone on one bill, if I move it to a CDMA contract today (keeping the current handset) will I be able to get the $299 credit and move to XT on Friday?

Would seem sensible to get the credit if still available rather than wait for XT on Friday and pay full price with no subsidy on the phone.

Interested in your thoughts

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  # 218445 27-May-2009 21:22
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you will have to do it tomorrow as resigns end tomorrow, techincally, you can change your call plan to freetime 125 open term ( $20 month no contract period ) once that has processed ( check via *333 for free minutes ) then you should be able to then request a resign 12 months on same plan then on Friday you should be able to upgrade

 
 
 
 


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  # 218481 27-May-2009 22:30
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I just resigned today, thanks telecom for the free $300!

Now I just have to decide, E71 or E75 hmm...

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# 218485 27-May-2009 22:34
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You would have to choose another plan other than Go One Bill as Go One Bill is an open term only plan. Resigns require a 12/24 month contract. Also for the purposes of this thread Go One Bill is a CDMA plan (as XT plans haven’t been announced yet, so let's just assume it is).

n00dy - Freetime plans have a minimum contract period of 12 months. You cannot sign up on open term.


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  # 218538 28-May-2009 08:54
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nzbnw:

You would have to choose another plan other than Go One Bill as Go One Bill is an open term only plan. Resigns require a 12/24 month contract. Also for the purposes of this thread Go One Bill is a CDMA plan (as XT plans haven’t been announced yet, so let's just assume it is).

n00dy - Freetime plans have a minimum contract period of 12 months. You cannot sign up on open term.





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My mistake, use the anytime go 50, you can have that open term

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  # 218555 28-May-2009 09:42
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all the plans are currently 12 month min term




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