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  4. Had one since almost release. Currently on number two. Camera is on point and performance is OK for the price. Reception is as good as our Motorola and Pixel. Only downfall is that it's soooooooooo laggy. Factory reset and it hauls again for awhile.
  5. Anyone been using a 5x long term? How's reception on USC? Get many missed calls? Other thoughts? I just ordered a new 5x today... Want to see if signal is better then my 6p. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  6. Okay so Motorola has the links for the SDK but it now takes you to some thing I am not familiar with... The has to be an easier way for abd....
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  8. If that. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  9. I doubt the 4 lines for 160 will last longer than maybe 2-3 weeks. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  10. 7 lines. 4 unlimited and 3 on the 2gb plan. $220 with auto pay. With the discount on the 4 lines unlimited it was cheaper. Switched today. Customer service rep in store and on phone are very confused as to pricing. Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk
  11. Anyone know how long the promo period is? The way I read this, I could get my current 2 phones signed up now and get the promo credit, then add lines for my kids a few months down the road, and still have the promo credit. Right?
  12. That's my understanding, too. When streaming video, and video only, would it potentially throttle. It didn't throttle when I manually picked HD, it defaults to SD, but speeds were identical HD or SD unlimited - so...Idk Music still streams at you're preference - low/med/high (128/256/320) for Google music. My conclusion is that it isn't throttled at all - on either plan, just that one defaults the stream to max 480p (but plays 1080p if you ask it to) vs defaulting to 1080p and you don't have to touch it. The speeds were absolutely the same either way. For reference I tested this on 2 phones on the same account, one got SD, one got HD for +$20, both tested very similar speeds both before and after changing the plan. Only thing I noticed was that the S7 on SD defaults to 144p on YT and 480p on Netflix, whereas the Nexus 6P defaulted to 1080p right away - but both played 1080p no problem, no buffering. The S7 also played "high" quality Google play music without issue, or at least I didn't hear about it for the rest of the day (owner uses it all day in the shop) Hadn't thought to test that, but didn't figure they would involve that... Good idea. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  13. So am i reading the fine print correctly that streaming videos on unlimited plans are only in SD and not HD. what else does this apply to. music streaming to? how does a network determine at what resolution u stream if it is indeed unlimited 4g up to 22gb?
  14. That's dumb. Just to be clear though, I'm talking about the device connection fee. It used to be cheaper than if you were buying the phone from them. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  15. COE is the same price. You just don't have retail installments. The only "discount" is military or auto pay. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  16. This was what was quoted to me on Facebook from the rep If any lines have unlimited, the only discount which would apply would be Military. Employee discounts will only apply with 2 GB and 6 GB lines for Total Plans. As for 7 lines, 3 with 2 GB and 4 with unlimited, it would be $230.00. If you go with auto-pay/paperless billing, subtract $10.00 from that. This quote includes the current $40.00 promotion for having 4 lines with unlimited. ^Jeff Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk
  17. So, how do they end this plan? Has to be more fine print somewhere if no 2 year is mandatory. They'll eventually want to kill it like the last one.
  18. Does employee discount apply to the new unlimited plans? Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  19. This is what was quoted to me by the Facebook rep. Told him I had heard like 5 different totals but he assured me this was correct. Helps me a lot I'm able to add a line and it is still a little cheaper than what we are on. Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk
  20. I have not removed it since I put it in. Who wants to pull out? No seriously it has been there since day one. I notice on reboots that sometimes I get messages that it isn't inserted which leads me to think it is either to big to mount quickly enough or something else is wrong. I do have some larger apps that installed to it...
  21. I would like more data, but I don't think I can afford it. I pay 80.xx a month right now. Not sure I can swing adding 40 plus higher fees. What's the current price for COE lines? They removed it from the website the last time I looked. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  22. Yes. 4x 40 = 160 3x 20 = 60 160+60=220 At least in normal math - common core might say different. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  23. For seven lines... 4 unlimited and 3 at 2gb. Shouldn't that be $220 Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk
  24. I'm getting all sort of different numbers. I don't think they know. Sent from my SM-G935R4 using Tapatalk
  25. Just put unlimited on 2 of our 3 lines and the bill went down about $60. Pretty cool. Sent from my SHIELD Tablet using Tapatalk
  26. Thanks. It just got better! Clicking on the little "i" on the promotional pricing, I found this: "4 lines Unlimited Plan for $40/line: $160/mo = $210 plan fees less $40 Unlimited Plan Promotional discount and $10 Auto Pay & Paperless Billing enrollment discount." This means that you're simply getting 4 lines at the regular prices: $70 + 55 + 45 + 40 = $210 $210 minus the "$40 Unlimited Plan Promotional discount" is $170, minus $10 autopay is $160. That's how they get "$40 per line". 4 or more Unlimited lines gives you a $40 discount off regular pricing. Then autopay gives you $10 more. For 3 lines @ $50 you only get a $10 promo discount and then the $10 autopay discount: $70 + 55 + 45 = $170, minus $20 = $150, or $50/line. For 2 lines @ $55 you only get a $5 promo discount and then the $10 autopay discount: $70 + $55 = $125, minus $15 = $110, or $55/line. So it may be possible to mix and match here. Look at it this way: 3 unlimited, 3 x 2gb: $70 + 55 + 45 + 20 + 20 + 20 = $230 minus "3 lines promo discount" from above, or $10 off = $220 minus autopay discount = $210 plus fees $25ish = $235 4 unlimited, 2 x 2gb: $70 + 55 + 45 + 40 + 20 + 20 = $250 minus "4 or more lines promo discount" from above, or $40 off = $210 minus autopay discount = $200 plus fees (25ish) = $225 6 unlimited: $70 + 55 + 45 + 40 + 40 + 40 = $290 minus "4 or more lines promo discount" from above, or $40 off = $250 minus autopay discount = $240 plus fees (25ish) = $265 So it's actually cheaper to get 4 unlimiteds and 2 x 2GB lines, by $10. That's because it's only $20 more to upgrade your 4th line to Unlimted from 2GB, and you get an extra $30 promotional discount. And it's only $10 extra for each line if you wanted to upgrade them to Unlimited, as 6 unlimited lines is only $30 more than 3 unlimited and 3 x 2GB would be. Funny: 6 unlimited lines is the same price as 3 unlimiteds and 3 x 6GB.
  27. ^^ The man with the plan - that's actually way better thought out than what the store would likely have done for ya. (imo) Kudos BorNX, that is seriously an amazing post.
  28. It would actually be $50 each for the 3 unlimited lines, you'd have to get a 4th unlimited line to get $40 each. $40 for 4+ lines, $50 for 3 lines, $55 for 2 lines. Also there's a disclaimer - ***Get this special introductory pricing when you choose Unlimited for EVERY LINE and enroll in Auto Pay & Paperless Billing.*** Emphasis added. So best case scenario it would be $50 x 3 for the three unlimiteds, unless the "EVERY LINE must be Unlimited" part nullifies that when adding the 2GB lines. Also, it seems the $10 discount for autopay / paperless can NOT be applied to these $40/$50/$55 promo prices. This makes me think that you can't mix and match since the autopay/paperless is built in like that but it IS applied to the regular pricing. So 3 unlimiteds @$50 and 3 2GBs @$20: $150 + $60 + $26.59 = $236.59 And if the $10 autopay/paperless discount applies, it's $226.59 But that's only if the catch isn't that ALL LINES have to be unlimited. If they do, then my original quote would stand. And if that's the case, then just make all of them unlimited: $40 x 6 = $240 ~$26 for fees (rounding) =$266. Might as well do that, IMO. Twenty extra dollars for unlimited on EVERY line. Another option could be to make one of the 2GB lines unlimited (if my assumption about EVERY LINE having to be unlimited in order to get the promo pricing is incorrect): $40 x 4 = 160 $20 x 2 = 40 $9.34 FUSF $16.32 other fees = $224.68 and then maybe a $10 discount??? but don't hold your breath... = $214.68 That's the one I'd try to do. But again, it all depends on whether you can mix and match Unlimited plans with the 2 and 6GB data buckets and still get the promo pricing for unlimited. Otherwise the price will be the original quote I proposed, or spend $20 extra per month and make them all unlimited.
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