Sprint looks to One Up the competition with its own early upgrade plan

With programs like AT&T Next, T-Mobile Jump and Verizon Edge allowing customers to upgrade faster than every two years, Sprint is rumored to be working on its own program to give its customers a similar opportunity; believed to be launching on September 20th, Sprint One Up will allow customers to pay for a new device in 24 monthly installments...
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58. SellPhones82

Posts: 569; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

You should or this is really nothing special because the new family plans are priced differently. Line 1 $50 +$30- $15 Line 2 $40+$30-15. We just need Sprint to release all the details because I need to crunch some numbers. All these Nexus 5 post have me wanting to upgrade and I'm currently not eligible for an upgrade until June of next year.

46. theruleslawyer

Posts: 108; Member since: Apr 23, 2012

You have to give credit to Sprint for doing the plan the right way at least- You get a plan discount if you go the no-subsidy route. If anyone should be getting hate in this comparison it should be VZW and ATT.
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