Sprint updates its in-warranty policy

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Sprint updates its in-warranty policy
It seems that Sprint has decided to refresh its in-warranty policy a bit, for the sake of its customers, WMExperts informs. The following services should now be available for free if your phone is up to one year old: phonebook swaps, software updates, mechanical failure, electrical failure and no damage evident. However, you will have to pay $99/$119, in case your device falls out of the one-year warranty period, or it has suffered one of the following damages: missing components, failure w/cosmetic damage, normal wear and tear, broken hinge/lenses/port or cracked housing/LCD. What Sprint customers should definitely benefit from is that according to the source, they should now be able to have their phones services by going directly to the carriers Service and Repair locations, while before, they had to visit the manufacturer as well.

source: WMExperts


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