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Old 12-21-2010, 07:42 PM
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Default PagePlus (Verizon MVNO) $80 refills now good for 365 days insteadof 120 days.

The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days. Sold by
dealers, not by PagePlus directly.

<http://www.callingmart.com/products/wireless/ProductDetail.aspx?ID=30&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>

Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of
$74.40 so minutes would be 3.72 each.

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Old 12-21-2010, 10:01 PM
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"SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
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> The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days. Sold by
> dealers, not by PagePlus directly.
>
> <http://www.callingmart.com/products/wireless/ProductDetail.aspx?ID=30&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>
>
> Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of $74.40
> so minutes would be 3.72 each.


(One of the reasons I was going to put my mom on PagePlus. This card would
last her the entire year. A pretty good deal!)



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Old 12-22-2010, 02:19 AM
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Default Re: PagePlus (Verizon MVNO) $80 refills now good for 365 days insteadof 120 days.

On 12/21/2010 3:01 PM, tycho wrote:
> "SMS"<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
> news:4d111139$0$44021$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
>> The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days. Sold by
>> dealers, not by PagePlus directly.
>>
>> <http://www.callingmart.com/products/wireless/ProductDetail.aspx?ID=30&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>
>>
>> Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of $74.40
>> so minutes would be 3.72 each.

>
> (One of the reasons I was going to put my mom on PagePlus. This card would
> last her the entire year. A pretty good deal!)


I had my 84 y.o. mom on PagePlus. She was happy with it. She ported over
from T-Mobile prepaid which is much more expensive per minute.


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Old 01-05-2011, 04:20 PM
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Default Re: PagePlus (Verizon MVNO) $80 refills now good for 365 days instead of 120 days.

SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in
news:4d116e26$0$44067$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net:

> On 12/21/2010 3:01 PM, tycho wrote:
>> "SMS"<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
>> news:4d111139$0$44021$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
>>> The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days.
>>> Sold by dealers, not by PagePlus directly.
>>>
>>> <http://www.callingmart.com/products/...tail.aspx?ID=3
>>> 0&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>
>>>
>>> Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of
>>> $74.40 so minutes would be 3.72 each.

>>
>> (One of the reasons I was going to put my mom on PagePlus. This card
>> would last her the entire year. A pretty good deal!)

>
> I had my 84 y.o. mom on PagePlus. She was happy with it. She ported
> over from T-Mobile prepaid which is much more expensive per minute.
>
>


I think there is some confusion. Callingmart PINs have always been
allowed to stay on your Callingmart account after purchase for 365 days.
That's Callingmart, NOT PagePlus, two separate companies.

Once you have entered your PIN from your Callingmart account INTO your
phone, the PIN minutes become PP DOLLARS and are moved from your CM acct
to your PP account. The PP Dollars NEVER expire on PP, HOWEVER....big
HOWEVER....you MUST add "something" to your PP account, without fail,
within 120 days to reset the 120 day clock to zero so it can start
counting to 120 days again. This can be a direct payment of $10 for 100
more minutes right on PP or by entering ANOTHER PIN from a 3rd party like
Callingmart, not the same PIN as that PIN was cancelled the instant you
added it the first time. The PIN was converted into PP money on the
account, in this case +$80. Once the $80 PIN is on the account, it never
expires AS LONG AS YOU RESET THE 120 DAY CLOCK by adding at least $10 or
a $10 PIN to the account BEFORE the 120 day clock times out.

The one year limit is purely Callingmart's and has nothing to do with
Pageplus. You buy a PIN from CM and you don't have to USE it for 12
months, so you can reset the timer on that last day of your PP clock's
rundown to maximize the time..... At the 12 month limit, your $80 PIN
simply vanishes on Callingmart!

There's another issue not fully understood. If you add a PIN on Jan 1st,
you have 120 days to add another PIN (or buy something from PP directly).
If you add a PIN on February 1st, you do NOT have 240 days on the PP
clock from Jan 1st. The PP clock is like a parking meter. It only goes
up to 120 days no matter how much money you shove into the meter. The
day clock runs 120 days from the LAST date you bought something. So, in
this example, you have 120 days from FEB 1st before you must add some
more....even though you didn't get the use of the January 120 day clock
setting...which is lost.

This is nothing new. Been working that way for me since moving from
Alltel.

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Old 01-05-2011, 04:24 PM
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Default Re: PagePlus (Verizon MVNO) $80 refills now good for 365 days instead of 120 days.


"Fred" <nobody@home.com> wrote in message
news:Xns9E647D9F613FCnobodyhomecom@74.209.131.13.. .
> SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in
> news:4d116e26$0$44067$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net:
>
>> On 12/21/2010 3:01 PM, tycho wrote:
>>> "SMS"<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:4d111139$0$44021$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
>>>> The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days.
>>>> Sold by dealers, not by PagePlus directly.
>>>>
>>>> <http://www.callingmart.com/products/...tail.aspx?ID=3
>>>> 0&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>
>>>>
>>>> Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of
>>>> $74.40 so minutes would be 3.72 each.
>>>
>>> (One of the reasons I was going to put my mom on PagePlus. This card
>>> would last her the entire year. A pretty good deal!)

>>
>> I had my 84 y.o. mom on PagePlus. She was happy with it. She ported
>> over from T-Mobile prepaid which is much more expensive per minute.
>>
>>

>
> I think there is some confusion. Callingmart PINs have always been
> allowed to stay on your Callingmart account after purchase for 365 days.
> That's Callingmart, NOT PagePlus, two separate companies.
>
> Once you have entered your PIN from your Callingmart account INTO your
> phone, the PIN minutes become PP DOLLARS and are moved from your CM acct
> to your PP account. The PP Dollars NEVER expire on PP, HOWEVER....big
> HOWEVER....you MUST add "something" to your PP account, without fail,
> within 120 days to reset the 120 day clock to zero so it can start
> counting to 120 days again. This can be a direct payment of $10 for 100
> more minutes right on PP or by entering ANOTHER PIN from a 3rd party like
> Callingmart, not the same PIN as that PIN was cancelled the instant you
> added it the first time. The PIN was converted into PP money on the
> account, in this case +$80. Once the $80 PIN is on the account, it never
> expires AS LONG AS YOU RESET THE 120 DAY CLOCK by adding at least $10 or
> a $10 PIN to the account BEFORE the 120 day clock times out.
>
> The one year limit is purely Callingmart's and has nothing to do with
> Pageplus. You buy a PIN from CM and you don't have to USE it for 12
> months, so you can reset the timer on that last day of your PP clock's
> rundown to maximize the time..... At the 12 month limit, your $80 PIN
> simply vanishes on Callingmart!
>
> There's another issue not fully understood. If you add a PIN on Jan 1st,
> you have 120 days to add another PIN (or buy something from PP directly).
> If you add a PIN on February 1st, you do NOT have 240 days on the PP
> clock from Jan 1st. The PP clock is like a parking meter. It only goes
> up to 120 days no matter how much money you shove into the meter. The
> day clock runs 120 days from the LAST date you bought something. So, in
> this example, you have 120 days from FEB 1st before you must add some
> more....even though you didn't get the use of the January 120 day clock
> setting...which is lost.
>
> This is nothing new. Been working that way for me since moving from
> Alltel.


According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The data is
shown AFTER you log into your account.

$80 Standard Plan PINs Now Good For One Year

$80 Standard plan cards/PINs loaded on or after December 9th, 2010 are now
good for one year. They previously expired 120 days from the day they were
loaded. The one-year term is for the $80 PIN only - the $10, $25 and $50
Standard plan PINs still carry a 120-day term. $80 Standard plan PINs are
only available from authorized Page Plus dealers and online stores. They are
not offered for sale on this website or by calling Customer Service. Use the
store locator to find a dealer near you or do an Internet search for online
retailers.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are using an $80 Standard plan PIN loaded on or after
December 9th, the expiration date shown below may not reflect the correct
one-year expiration date. Please accept our apologies for this situation.
Your expiration date shown below will be automatically extended every 120
days or sooner, and you will receive the full one-year term for your $80
PIN. $80 Standard Plan PINs Now Good For One Year

$80 Standard plan cards/PINs loaded on or after December 9th, 2010 are now
good for one year. They previously expired 120 days from the day they were
loaded. The one-year term is for the $80 PIN only - the $10, $25 and $50
Standard plan PINs still carry a 120-day term. $80 Standard plan PINs are
only available from authorized Page Plus dealers and online stores. They are
not offered for sale on this website or by calling Customer Service. Use the
store locator to find a dealer near you or do an Internet search for online
retailers.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are using an $80 Standard plan PIN loaded on or after
December 9th, the expiration date shown below may not reflect the correct
one-year expiration date. Please accept our apologies for this situation.
Your expiration date shown below will be automatically extended every 120
days or sooner, and you will receive the full one-year term for your $80
PIN.



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Old 01-05-2011, 04:45 PM
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"NotMe" <me@privacy.net> wrote in
news:ig29id$8bh$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>
> "Fred" <nobody@home.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns9E647D9F613FCnobodyhomecom@74.209.131.13.. .
>> SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in
>> news:4d116e26$0$44067$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net:
>>
>>> On 12/21/2010 3:01 PM, tycho wrote:
>>>> "SMS"<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:4d111139$0$44021$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
>>>>> The $80/2000 minute card from PagePlus is now good for 365 days.
>>>>> Sold by dealers, not by PagePlus directly.
>>>>>
>>>>> <http://www.callingmart.com/products/...Detail.aspx?ID
>>>>> =3
>>>>> 0&name=Page-Plus-Cellular-Prepaid-Wireless-Airtime-Minutes-Refill>
>>>>>
>>>>> Use coupon code Hdays10-7 for an extra 7% discount, for a total of
>>>>> $74.40 so minutes would be 3.72 each.
>>>>
>>>> (One of the reasons I was going to put my mom on PagePlus. This
>>>> card would last her the entire year. A pretty good deal!)
>>>
>>> I had my 84 y.o. mom on PagePlus. She was happy with it. She ported
>>> over from T-Mobile prepaid which is much more expensive per minute.
>>>
>>>

>>
>> I think there is some confusion. Callingmart PINs have always been
>> allowed to stay on your Callingmart account after purchase for 365
>> days. That's Callingmart, NOT PagePlus, two separate companies.
>>
>> Once you have entered your PIN from your Callingmart account INTO
>> your phone, the PIN minutes become PP DOLLARS and are moved from your
>> CM acct to your PP account. The PP Dollars NEVER expire on PP,
>> HOWEVER....big HOWEVER....you MUST add "something" to your PP
>> account, without fail, within 120 days to reset the 120 day clock to
>> zero so it can start counting to 120 days again. This can be a
>> direct payment of $10 for 100 more minutes right on PP or by entering
>> ANOTHER PIN from a 3rd party like Callingmart, not the same PIN as
>> that PIN was cancelled the instant you added it the first time. The
>> PIN was converted into PP money on the account, in this case +$80.
>> Once the $80 PIN is on the account, it never expires AS LONG AS YOU
>> RESET THE 120 DAY CLOCK by adding at least $10 or a $10 PIN to the
>> account BEFORE the 120 day clock times out.
>>
>> The one year limit is purely Callingmart's and has nothing to do with
>> Pageplus. You buy a PIN from CM and you don't have to USE it for 12
>> months, so you can reset the timer on that last day of your PP
>> clock's rundown to maximize the time..... At the 12 month limit,
>> your $80 PIN simply vanishes on Callingmart!
>>
>> There's another issue not fully understood. If you add a PIN on Jan
>> 1st, you have 120 days to add another PIN (or buy something from PP
>> directly). If you add a PIN on February 1st, you do NOT have 240 days
>> on the PP clock from Jan 1st. The PP clock is like a parking meter.
>> It only goes up to 120 days no matter how much money you shove into
>> the meter. The day clock runs 120 days from the LAST date you bought
>> something. So, in this example, you have 120 days from FEB 1st
>> before you must add some more....even though you didn't get the use
>> of the January 120 day clock setting...which is lost.
>>
>> This is nothing new. Been working that way for me since moving from
>> Alltel.

>
> According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
> qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The data
> is shown AFTER you log into your account.
>
> $80 Standard Plan PINs Now Good For One Year
>
> $80 Standard plan cards/PINs loaded on or after December 9th, 2010 are
> now good for one year. They previously expired 120 days from the day
> they were loaded. The one-year term is for the $80 PIN only - the $10,
> $25 and $50 Standard plan PINs still carry a 120-day term. $80
> Standard plan PINs are only available from authorized Page Plus
> dealers and online stores. They are not offered for sale on this
> website or by calling Customer Service. Use the store locator to find
> a dealer near you or do an Internet search for online retailers.
>
> PLEASE NOTE: If you are using an $80 Standard plan PIN loaded on or
> after December 9th, the expiration date shown below may not reflect
> the correct one-year expiration date. Please accept our apologies for
> this situation. Your expiration date shown below will be automatically
> extended every 120 days or sooner, and you will receive the full
> one-year term for your $80 PIN. $80 Standard Plan PINs Now Good For
> One Year
>
> $80 Standard plan cards/PINs loaded on or after December 9th, 2010 are
> now good for one year. They previously expired 120 days from the day
> they were loaded. The one-year term is for the $80 PIN only - the $10,
> $25 and $50 Standard plan PINs still carry a 120-day term. $80
> Standard plan PINs are only available from authorized Page Plus
> dealers and online stores. They are not offered for sale on this
> website or by calling Customer Service. Use the store locator to find
> a dealer near you or do an Internet search for online retailers.
>
> PLEASE NOTE: If you are using an $80 Standard plan PIN loaded on or
> after December 9th, the expiration date shown below may not reflect
> the correct one-year expiration date. Please accept our apologies for
> this situation. Your expiration date shown below will be automatically
> extended every 120 days or sooner, and you will receive the full
> one-year term for your $80 PIN.
>
>
>


Hmm....thanks. I didn't see that but haven't looked this month.

I stand corrected.....I hope.

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Old 01-05-2011, 04:46 PM
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"NotMe" <me@privacy.net> wrote in news:ig29id$8bh$1@news.eternal-
september.org:

> According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
> qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The data is
> shown AFTER you log into your account.
>
>


One wonders if Callingmart.com is considered a "dealer". If they are, this
is SWEET!

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Old 01-05-2011, 07:11 PM
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On 1/5/2011 9:46 AM, Fred wrote:
> "NotMe"<me@privacy.net> wrote in news:ig29id$8bh$1@news.eternal-
> september.org:
>
>> According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
>> qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The data is
>> shown AFTER you log into your account.
>>
>>

>
> One wonders if Callingmart.com is considered a "dealer". If they are, this
> is SWEET!


Of course it is. The issue is that Pageplus does not sell the $80 refill
on their site, it's only sold by dealers.

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Old 01-05-2011, 08:14 PM
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"SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
news:4d24d076$0$44011$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
> On 1/5/2011 9:46 AM, Fred wrote:
>> "NotMe"<me@privacy.net> wrote in news:ig29id$8bh$1@news.eternal-
>> september.org:
>>
>>> According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
>>> qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The data is
>>> shown AFTER you log into your account.
>>>
>>>

>>
>> One wonders if Callingmart.com is considered a "dealer". If they are,
>> this
>> is SWEET!

>
> Of course it is. The issue is that Pageplus does not sell the $80 refill
> on their site, it's only sold by dealers.


One thing not clear for me is that if I use up the air time before the end
of the year and add more of a lesser about when is the time out date?



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Old 01-06-2011, 12:22 AM
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On 1/5/2011 1:14 PM, NotMe wrote:

> One thing not clear for me is that if I use up the air time before the end
> of the year and add more of a lesser about when is the time out date?


Very good question. I wonder if their system is set up to handle that in
a fair way.


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Old 01-06-2011, 03:01 AM
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"NotMe" <me@privacy.net> wrote in
news:ig2n17$uua$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>
> "SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
> news:4d24d076$0$44011$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
>> On 1/5/2011 9:46 AM, Fred wrote:
>>> "NotMe"<me@privacy.net> wrote in news:ig29id$8bh$1@news.eternal-
>>> september.org:
>>>
>>>> According to PP web site the $80 load is good for one year. The
>>>> qualification is the pin has to be purchased from a dealer. The
>>>> data is shown AFTER you log into your account.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> One wonders if Callingmart.com is considered a "dealer". If they
>>> are, this
>>> is SWEET!

>>
>> Of course it is. The issue is that Pageplus does not sell the $80
>> refill on their site, it's only sold by dealers.

>
> One thing not clear for me is that if I use up the air time before the
> end of the year and add more of a lesser about when is the time out
> date?
>
>
>


I'd guess if you add just one card less than $80, you go back on 120
days....no matter how many $80 cards you used up before. So, just add
another $80 card and run it a year from that last PIN date.



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Old 01-06-2011, 03:03 AM
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SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in
news:4d25194d$0$43985$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net:

> On 1/5/2011 1:14 PM, NotMe wrote:
>
>> One thing not clear for me is that if I use up the air time before
>> the end of the year and add more of a lesser about when is the time
>> out date?

>
> Very good question. I wonder if their system is set up to handle that
> in a fair way.
>
>


I think PP's "system" is an old Commodore 64 with two floppy drives so I
doubt it's going to be as sophisticated as you'd like. That's why the
price is SO CHEAP! I don't want them to upgrade to a big mainframe I'll
have to pay for at $60/month, thanks.


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Old 01-06-2011, 04:30 AM
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At 06 Jan 2011 04:01:11 +0000 Fred wrote:
> "NotMe" <me@privacy.net> wrote:


> > One thing not clear for me is that if I use up the air time before the
> > end of the year and add more of a lesser about when is the time out
> > date?
> >
> >
> >

>
> I'd guess if you add just one card less than $80, you go back on 120
> days....no matter how many $80 cards you used up before. So, just add
> another $80 card and run it a year from that last PIN date.



Other prepaids typically don't work that way- I'd ***-U-ME if you added a
smaller card afterwards, the balance would increase, but the expiration
date would be the remainder of the $80 card's "year," as long as you
added the new card before the balance hit zero.

AT&T prepaid (at least at one time) had a $100 one-year card, and smaller
cards were 90 days. As long as you had at least a penny left of your $100,
adding smaller cards didn't change the expiry date.


Of course, as you've said, PP is such a penny-ante outfit, who knows?




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Old 01-06-2011, 03:01 PM
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On 1/5/2011 9:30 PM, Todd Allcock wrote:

<snip>

> Of course, as you've said, PP is such a penny-ante outfit, who knows?


They're already saying not to worry if the expiration date on your
account is wrong after adding an $80 card. If they can't get that right,
I would not be optimistic that they would be able to keep the 365 day
expiration date after adding a 120 day card.

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Old 06-25-2011, 05:27 PM
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can anyone name a dealer or website where i can go to get this?? even the authorized dealers-- sure, they agree to sell it to you, but if you say you will cancel the credit card transaction if it doesnt work, they say no. why would i pay for something that doesnt work?????---specifically 405 xenia ave.---- go to pagepluswireless .c om, click on store locator, enter dayton ohio. i went there and was shocked to find this AUTHORIZED dealer try to rip me off- by the way when i called #CCARE they lied to me, said it was on pagepluswireless .c om i would like to remain a customer, but im treatd really badly------ i do not need them as much as they need me ive about had it.
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