@mmfacemm said: It is still there...
@sleek-forest-green-wavy-journey-828418 said: Really? Benevolent Unlimited t&t at $7.99 vs Tello Unlimited t&t (no data) at $18? Both on Sprint. The value is obvious.
@sleek-forest-green-wavy-journey-828418 said: sleek-forest-green-wavy-journey-828418
I have to admit, reading some the issues through this forum and my own skimming of the TPO support threads make me reluctant to switch. Contacting their customer service seems very "Ringplus-like". Further, they don't provide readily available port out instructions, insisting you have to phone contact them for those details. I am tempted with the Benevolent plan, but hate the thought of potentially "losing" my number should I need to leave the carrier (which happened with RP).
@Isamorph said: unlike R+, whose CS was actually the MODS and other knowledgeable R+ forum members, apart from the sometimes crapshoot-like chat and ticket system.
@ledster said: Would these plans work on a sprint phone, 3G?
@jSoN said: Any update on taxes on Benevolent plan, looks promising...
@energetic-golden-checked-frog-118774 said: 19.52% tax in California for the benevolent plan. I pay $7.99+$1.56=$9.55
@Isamorph said: Peculiar---I'm in California with same plan $7.99+$1.04= $9.03. As speculated on before, tax must differ from county to county or city to city, or some combo thereof.
@mmfacemm said: Tello is usually a little cheaper as they do not charge tax on the data portion.
@Relik said: Relik
A quick follow-up after using the Benevolent $7.99/mo plan for a week. I haven't had any problems after the 24 hour data activation delay (due to porting) and it works great. I couldn't be happier with such an inexpensive plan.
@mmfacemm said: TPO is tmobile on gsm and sprint for cdma
@energetic-golden-checked-frog-118774 said: Tello did not charge me tax on data or texts, only on voice.