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Try Sprint's network for 30-days with no risk; money back guarantee is for a limited time only

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Try Sprint's network for 30-days with no risk; money back guarantee is for a limited time only
If you're a brand new Sprint subscriber who is not happy with the service before 30-days has expired, don't worry. Sprint's new money back guarantee will reimburse you for the cost of the new smartphone you purchased from Sprint (you do need to return it, of course) and the cost of the service that you used.

This is a limited time offer that can be used by new customers, or for new lines activated by small businesses. And yes, existing customers who add a new line can also take advantage of the guarantee. In addition, customers leaving one of the major carriers can still take advantage of Sprint's 50% off plan that cuts your current T-Mobile, AT&T or Verizon invoice in half. And the carrier will even reimburse you up to $650 per line to cover your ETF or phone installment plan balance.

"As I talk with wireless consumers across the country, they tell me over and over that a reliable network is the make-or-break factor in their buying decision. Sprint's 30-day satisfaction guarantee is giving consumers the opportunity to try us out worry-free and experience everything Sprint has to offer – our award-winning, super-fast LTE Plus Network, the best price for unlimited plans, and so much more. No gimmicks, it's that simple. And AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile customers can still save 50 percent off most standard rate plans when they switch to Sprint."-Marcelo Claure, CEO, Sprint

The nation's fourth largest carrier is betting that once you do try its service, you'll like it. Heck, you might even love it. And Sprint is willing to back this up with the 30-day guarantee. If you're interested in taking the mobile operator up on its offer, click on the sourcelink. After all, what have you got to lose?

source: Sprint via AndroidCentral

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posted on 25 Mar 2016, 14:46 4

1. kick413 (Posts: 86; Member since: 16 Sep 2012)


Had Sprint for 5 1/2 years. Recently switched to T-Mobile. I have ZERO complaints on my new provider.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 14:49 1

3. Doakie (Posts: 2005; Member since: 06 May 2009)


I left Sprint for AT&T, and am also happy. However I coughed up a little bit and bought a Freedompop phone. Now I have a frequent reminder of how horrible Sprints coverage is. LOL

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 15:15

5. Adreno (banned) (Posts: 755; Member since: 12 Mar 2016)


As horrible as Vodafone?

Lel

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 14:46 1

2. Doakie (Posts: 2005; Member since: 06 May 2009)


Dang. What a mistake. Once anyone gets a look at how horrible of coverage Sprint has they'll come running back for their money.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 15:28

6. Adreno (banned) (Posts: 755; Member since: 12 Mar 2016)


On the other side, VeriExpensive is only ripping-off.

Yeah, they've got the best best network coverages. I get it. But their charges are damn high.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 17:01 1

8. DnB925Art (Posts: 1011; Member since: 23 May 2013)


My coverage is great WHERE I LIVE. I get consistently better coverage on SPrint vs T-Mobile.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 14:49

4. drahcir02 (Posts: 65; Member since: 03 Mar 2016)


no restocking fee?

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 16:50

7. dnnddane (Posts: 1; Member since: 25 Mar 2016)


Be careful with the promotion promised by Sprint. It is generally a trap! I am a new customer switching from Verizon to Sprint through the pre order promotion of Galaxy S7 Edge with Free VR. They promised to ship me the VR but so far I never received it. Call the store and customer service almost 10 times, they promised to call back for the resolutions but none is called. One customer service representative is very rude! Now, I am on two years least contract with them as a consequence.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 22:43

9. ChocolateThunder (Posts: 12; Member since: 30 Dec 2015)


Why don't you cancel then?

posted on 26 Mar 2016, 05:20

13. palmguy (Posts: 536; Member since: 22 Mar 2011)


I thought the Free VR was supplied by Samsung. And I saw it would ship weeks after submitting info to Samsung. I think about 6 weeks.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 22:44

10. ChocolateThunder (Posts: 12; Member since: 30 Dec 2015)


Sprint works better than T-Mobile once you actually start going outside the city. Anybody who travels understands.

posted on 26 Mar 2016, 00:21

11. fyah_king (Posts: 463; Member since: 22 Jul 2013)


No free tethering, and you can't surf the Web while you are on the phone. I'll pass on this one Sprint.

posted on 26 Mar 2016, 00:28

12. Joshua9007 (Posts: 90; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)


Ironically switched from sprint to T-mobile, and both leave something to be desired in western pa... edge is barely usable to even check an email, but sprint's 3G is more available & consistently usable... not saying it's enviable by any stretch. Inside a store, t-mobile LTE reaches a little better, but the drop to edge is more noticeable than to Evdo. But, t-mobile did upgrade the tower across from my house & across from my gf's work... so catch up sprint with your 120 MHz of TDD-LTE goodnes, so I can switch back!

posted on 26 Mar 2016, 11:31 1

14. Austiniter (Posts: 19; Member since: 06 Dec 2015)


SPRINT is a 100% consumer rip off. Don't let them sign you up to only have to go back to the carrier you were with originally. Sprint's service is spotty at best, and with Sprint closing hundreds of stores down, and laying off thousands of customer service personnel you can be assured for the WORSE CUSTOMER SERVICE in the industry. Read consumer reports as to how they evaluated Sprint (worse rating ever).

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