Leaked memo alludes to the cancellation of Sprint's early upgrade program come June 1st
If things all pan out according to this new leaked memo, it seems as though Sprint’s policy on allowing customers to upgrade their phone early by 10 to 14 days prior to their official date of eligibility, will be no more come June 1st. As the memo so kindly details, it’s due to “high costs” that’s forcing the number three domestic wireless carrier to end its beloved policy on allowing customers to move into a new device earlier than expected.
Of course, we can guess as to the culprits surrounding all of this, such as the cost of having the iPhone on the Now Network, or possibly the hefty tally that Sprint invested in building up its still nowhere to be found LTE network. Then again, there are probably some Sprint customers who never even knew about this policy in the first place – so yeah, it’s not much of a loss in that aspect.