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    Once 1 year free plan expires

    Hello,
    What plan are you assigned to (5 line family plan) after the 1 year free plan expires?
    Last edited by yoshiki2; 05-15-2019 at 10:55 AM. Reason: grammar
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    Start MySprint app on your phone and click Plans and Services to see. Usually $60/$40/$20 1st/second/third and later lines..

    But do not take the default, port out all lines and you will get retention offers right away or you can port back in to kickstart after 45 days (actually right away) or call retentions at 844-382-3317 and ask them for $25 per line (maybe even $20 for 5 lines). But for best leverage port out. Otherwise they will assume you are bluffing.

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    My free plan expires next month & I’m considering porting out to Sprint MVNO Twigby. They are 1 of the few Sprint MVNOs with voice/text roaming on Verizon. I don’t know what will happen to the roaming after Verizon shuts down CDMA at end of 2019. Anyone have experience with Twigby?


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    tello and twigby are generally well regarded. I see twigby has a promo for 25% off for 6 months
    https://www.twigby.com/page/promotions

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    By the way, you will be able to access this Sprint Recovery 0ffer AFTER you port out.
    https://www.sprint.com/en/landings/c...to-sprint.html

    It offers service credits (not a cash credit) of up to $250 per line (if over 2 lines) dribbled out over the next x months.
    This is a Recovery offer, not a Retention offer, so it can be accessed ONLY AFTER you have already ported out, not before.

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