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posted by Samuel .
I have the same problem as Marita. Can someone tell us what equation to use.
Horizon has a cell phone plan for $28.00 per month plus $.30 per minute with unlimited anytime network minutes and a free flip phone for new customers. How do I put this in an equation. Sprint has a plan for $30.00 per month plus $.029 per minute unlimited minutes on weekend, but you must purchase a $70.00 phone with a $40.00 rebate and sign up for a 2 year contract.
Which one of these plans is a better deal?

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Cynthia
I thought about not making sure you are bind to a contract. multiplying $28.00 by .30 will give you the total cost. Than do the same with the others to come up with your answer. If someone else has a better way to find the answer, please let them know.
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