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Sprint Any Mobile Anytime Plus Plan Announced – Includes BIS Email

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    Ronen Halevy
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    I don’t get this, on their website once you add this plan it says 450 minutes.

    Is this anytime any 1 number? Is it ANY NUMBER in any network, if so why 450 minutes? Is it only for roaming? It says “if you buy blackberry you need one of these plans: BES $20, Worldwide Blackberry $40, it doesn’t mention BIS, it might be included like you said, but it doesn’t say anywhere.. I was planning to wait for T-Mobile to come with 9700 but this could be cool if 9630 is 4G… Is it?

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    Ronen Halevy
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    anymobileanytime Yesterday there were rumblings that Sprint initiated about their releasing a revolutionary service today. They just announced it and while it does not blow your mind it is interesting. Most carriers, including AT&T now, allow you to call 5 numbers free. The only exclusion left is Sprint since they do not offer such a option.

    Now they have just released Any Mobile Anytime which gives you free calls to any domestic mobile phone on plans starting at $69.99/month. The nice part is that the plans unlimited data includes BIS email. Also make sure to read the fine print on the bottom of the page before signing up.

    Check out the details at anymobileanytime.sprint.com

    via Gizmodo

    Sprint Any Mobile Anytime Plus Plan Announced – Includes BIS Email

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    Ronen Halevy
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    Ohhhh… It is to any MOBILE phones. So if you call any company phones, home phones, or basically anything that’s not a cellphone, it will be deducted from your 450 minutes… Well, for a businessman alike, it is not a great deal if you talk to a lot of landline customers/co-workers.

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