For a limited time, Sprint Easy Pay lets you upgrade to a new phone anytime

For a limited time, Sprint Easy Pay lets you upgrade to a new phone anytime
Just the other day, Sprint closed down its One Up plan, which allowed users to upgrade to a new phone after one year instead of the usual two years. But it seems that the carrier has replaced this with an even better plan. For a limited time, Sprint is allowing its customers to upgrade to a new phone anytime with Sprint Easy Pay.

The plan is simple. Pick a phone you want, and using Sprint Easy Pay, shell out the down payment and the balance is paid off over 24 months. Now here is where the fun begins. If a new phone comes out that makes you drool, simply pay off the balance of what you owe on your current phone, put down the new down payment, and you have 24 months to pay off the new handset. You can keep the old phone or trade it in to Sprint.

Now lets say the very next day after you buy your new phone, the manufacturer comes out with a refresh version that takes the rear camera to 14MP from 13MP. Well, you certainly can't be walking around with such a dated phone. So once again, as long as you pay off your existing balance, Sprint will allow you to upgrade.

And don't forget Sprint's recently introduced Framily plan which allows up to ten friends to share the same account. With the Framily plan, rates start out at $55 a month for unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data. For each person who joins the group, your price declines by $5 with a floor of $25 a month per person for groups of 6 or more. And for $20 a month more, any Framily plan member can elect to receive unlimited data, and have the option of buying a subsidized phone every year.

source: Sprint

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