Hey everyone. I'm a hardcore Android user and this year I'm looking to add to a family plan a Google Pixel (or perhaps a Pixel 2 when it comes out). However, I've got a question.
At the moment, my family has a family plan that they're using with two people on it with $70 per person, so $140 per month, technically. Thus, in my mind, it should be counted as $140 per month, enough for me to get a Pixel (for example) for $0 as soon as I purchase. But I'm a little unsure, because I'm thinking that perhaps it the plan only counts as $70 per month? When writing it out, it sounds sort of stupid, but I'm unsure and just want some clarification, haha. Anyone have any idea if the two person family plan is counted as $140 or $70 a month?
Also, I hope I posted this in the right topic, I didn't know whether to put it in Services or Devices. 😛
After using the search function that I should have in the first place, what I've found is that it might not be sufficient. I'm still confused though, as I can't really understand the replies that are stating this :/.
While re-reading my post, I might have made it slightly unclear what I'm asking. Basically, I need clarification on this:
In December, I am renewing a family plan that at the moment costs $70 per person with two people on it, so $140 a month. If I renew this plan, will the cost per month be counted as $140 (so enough to purchase a phone with a deal for $0 if I have a >$90 a month plan for two years) or $70 (not enough)?
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