Sprint Echo. Jump Ship or Stay Put?
Looking for some input. Who better ask than people as (or more) frugal as me?
I've been on the Sprint SERO plan for a few years. $30 per month gets me 500 minutes, unlimited data, unlimited text, then the standards (roaming, N&W). After taxes and insurance I pay ~$42/m. The drawback of this plan was, until recently, a barrier in new phones I could activate. Now, Sprint lets us activate any phone (they offer) for a fee. $10/m, for some phones, $20/m for others. (This bumps a Sprint customer to a different SERO plan, with extra features that are useless to me. It's all about the phone.)
The Kyocera Echo coming out in the Spring looks pretty cool. Two screens. Sprint hasn't announced what fee-class it will be in, but I'm guessing I'll be looking at a $20 increase with it. So my monthly be would be about $68 per month I guesstimate.