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Sprint now offers a 30 day money back guarantee

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Sprint believes so much in its network that the carrier announced today its new 100% Total Satisfaction Guarantee. New customers and existing ones adding a new line will get 30 days to try out Sprint's LTE network. If they are not satisfied at the end of the 30 days, Sprint will refund the cost of any new phone, service charges and fees. And there is more. Starting today, those switching from another carrier to Sprint will get up to $650 in the form of a prepaid Mastercard. The funds will be used to pay any early termination fee or remaining balance on a phone. If the new Sprint subscriber buys an eligible phone, he will also receive a $250 prepaid Mastercard.

Sprint is confident because of a 36.4% increase in its nationwide average download speeds year-over-year. And with new roaming agreements in place, the carrier has expanded its LTE coverage by 30%. If you're willing to give Sprint a chance, you can sign up online or at your nearby Sprint store.


Let's say you try Sprint for 30 days and you're not happy. To be 100% clear, you will get back any monies applied toward a new phone and any down payment. That includes any lease or installment payments. And any service charges (including any monthly recurring charges, activation fee, and all associated taxes and fees) will be refunded. To promote its new 100% Total Satisfaction Guarantee, Sprint has produced some new ads that you'll no doubt see while watching the NBA playoffs this weekend.

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