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Verizon Offering Treo 700p

Treo 700p Verizon

For those haters that wanted a new Treo, but weren’t feeling Windows Mobile, you can finally snap up the Treo 700p from Verizon starting on June 1. The 700p runs the Palm OS and runs for $499 USD with a $100 rebate, winding up at $399. Of course, if you want to actually use the phone, you are gonna have to keep paying, as $80 per month is the cheapest plan offered for the smartphone, which hooks you up with unlimited EVDO usage (good!) but just 450 minutes of talk time per month (bad!). Still, this is a phone that we expect the business types to migrate towards, so the lure of unlimited data is where it’s at.

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For those with Sprint service, it is definitely in your best interest to look into the SERO plan. SERO stands for (Sprint Emloyee Referral Offer, I believe). Cool thing is they don’t seem to be too strict about it and in many cases don’t even ask who your friend/referral is. Meaning anyone can do it even if they don’t know someone who works there. And there are plenty of ways to find out the email of someone that does work there regardless:

Basics of the plan(s):

500 Minutes $30.00
1250 Minutes $49.99
2500 Minutes $99.99
1000 Minutes (free incoming) $99.99

All plans come with:
Unlimited Sprint Vision or Power Vision Included Free
Unlimited Night & Weekend Minutes (starts at 9pm)
Nationwide Long Distance
Crystal-Clear Calls
Voice Mail
Caller ID
Call Waiting
Numeric Paging
Three-Way Calling

People have also been having luck adding on free 500 text messagesk, nights starting at 6 or 7 and a few others discounts having to do with payments. The mains factor in getting one of these plans is either luck in getting a rep that doesn’t care and will work with you to find it or persistance…meaning calling back until you find someone that will do it for you.

Although you can find info on it all over the place, this thread is a great start with all the needed info and tips:


Cliff notes:  excellent prices on sprint plans with unlimited EVDO and other goodies.

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