Same price different plan?

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I just got this a8 last month, and I'm on a 55 dollar plan for 2 gigs, unl calling and texting. I checked the site and there is another plan there for 55 and what looks like the same stats, but with 4 gigs instead of two. Im wondering if there is a catch, like unl calling only counts from 8pm to 6am or something like that.
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Josh Mckay

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  • like this is a bit much for a simple question don't you think?

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Paul Deschamps, Mobile Master

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Did you get your phone on a tab and if so what tab size do you have? The same plan could be cheaper now or it could be you're looking at a plan in a different tab size than what you have as plans are cheaper the smaller tab you have because you paid more up front for the phone.
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I did get it on a tab. It's around 350 at 15 a month. I ended up switching it with a few days to go until the bill ends up coming out. Risky experiment but I'll post the results when it comes in.
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You had a unlimited call plan and switch to unlimited calling plan. (There is no prorated minutes).
And they are both same $55/mo. So, there won’t be (shouldn’t be) extra charge.
It’s a nice promo plan, no catch :)
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Awesome, thanks for giving me some peace of mind lol
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How is this a bit much for a simple question? What did you mean?
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First time using the site, spent around 45 minutes going through different questions. Spent more time trying to figure out how to post, more time typing and retyping. Figured that would have been more of an attached note for any mods or higher ups, instead of being published under my convoluted question.
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Oh. I thought posting was fairly straight forward.
You search your question. Then if you don't find an answer you turn that search into a post.
But I may be too familiar with the community.

What would you recommend changing to make it simpler?
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I couldn't even tell you to be honest, I'm a bit slow at times so it's likely that it was straightforward and I just happened to skim the part detailing it