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jondpaul

join:2004-10-10
Novato, CA

1 year plan?

Hello: Rather than topup every 90 days, I hear there is a way to pay $90 for a 1 year service.

But its not on the Virgin website. Rather mysterious!

Any ideas?

THANKS

Jon



dib22

join:2002-01-27
Kansas City, MO

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Never heard of it... perhaps some "lifeline" qualified plan?

while looking at the other post this morning I found this... perhaps this is what your talking about:

quote:
Paylo Service Preserver Program ("Program"):

Our Program will keep your account active for one year. Top-Up $90 within any 72-hour period to be enrolled automatically in the Program. 7¢ Round Down Plan customers must Top-Up $150 within any 24 hour period to be enrolled automatically in the Program. Although your account will remain active for one year even if you do not Top-Up, you must have a positive account balance to use services. You may only qualify once for the Program during any one-year period starting on the date you first enrolled. After your one-year enrollment in the Program expires, just Top-Up the applicable amount to enroll automatically in our Program for another year. If you are enrolled in the Program and switch to another plan, you will retain your enrollment in the Program and your account will remain active for one year from the date on which you last enrolled.

»www.virginmobileusa.com/legal/ge···ns-paylo

looks like they expired the preserver program for the other plan types
»www.virginmobileusa.com/legal/ge···reserver

Have a good one.