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freckles527

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Posted: 10/13/13 04:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have done a lot of research and I'm only interested in a response from someone who has Page Plus - 1,200 Talk, 3,000 Text and 500MB at $29.95. I just need to know what are the extra charges on your monthly bill.

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Posted: 10/13/13 09:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you're only interested in answers for Page Plus then you might want to change the subject of your post to match that and also post it in the Technical Corner section for more pertinent answers. . just a suggestion.


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Posted: 10/13/13 09:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Page Plus runs on Verizons network you'll probably have some of the best coverage. The only cheaper thing I am aware of is a walmart tmobile plan for around $30- but the coverage isn't as good. Straight talk is another options at $30 but you don't get smart phones- they have service through Verizon, tmobile and ATT depending on the phone.


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Have you considered simply picking up the phone and asking them?
You make it sound like the company is deliberately hiding charges from future customers (you) and the only ones that can quote you the correct price are existing ones.

Your operational and coverage questions are valid, but if you are splitting the bill down to the penny, then you need to talk to the company directly.


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Posted: 10/14/13 03:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2gypsies - good suggestion on the subject. Looking to see if I can update the subject line.

SCVJeff - I do have an email into them, but the best source for accurate and truthful information is from the people who actually have the service. Companies always "tell" you their rates and then here comes all those "hidden" fees. Which is one of the number one complaints in the cellular industry.

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For anyone reading this message - I have my answer on Page Plus. Thank you to everyone who responded. I do appreciate it.

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Hi,

And the answer is?

freckles527 wrote:

For anyone reading this message - I have my answer on Page Plus. Thank you to everyone who responded. I do appreciate it.



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Posted: 10/14/13 08:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sorry!

The answer is there are no additional charges for either service. The price on their pages is an all exclusive price.

Page Plus - 1,200 Talk, 3,000 Text and 500MB at $29.95 is only $29.95. No extra taxes, etc.

MiFi from Millenicom $69.99/20GB is only $69.99 no extra fees.

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Hi, I have been using the 29.95 plan with page plus for a couple of years. Anywhere Verizon works, this plan will work well. Look at the verizon coverage map and see if it will work for your area of Florida.

There are no extra charges or taxes. I actually pay LESS than 29.95 per month because I buy the pageplus refills online at callingmart and I use a discount code. This month I can purchase at 5% off.

I recommend pageplus wholeheartedly. I have all three kids on it and it is very easy. Think of it as generic Verizon. You can pick a different plan every month if you need to. You can also add a small cash balance to your account if you think you are going to run out of data. You can buy a new phone off ebay anytime you like and use it on the plan. It is supereasy to program a phone, takes about five minutes. The only catch is that you need to use a 3G phone. If you are going to use a 4G phone you have to get the phone "flashed" over to pageplus, and this is something most people will pay for.

PM me if you have any questions!

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