Sprint's restocking fee set to $35

Sprint's restocking fee set to $35
In an attempt to prevent customers from possibly abusing their company return or exchange policy, Sprint is introducing a new $35 restocking fee. All wireless carriers have some sort of “trial” period that new customers are typically presented with to get acquainted with the service and device. But it looks like Sprint is trying to clamp down on possible misuse by charging a $35 restocking, up from the previous $25, if new customers decide to exchange an activated phone for an alternate color or a totally different model. Reading a Sprint employee’s post indicates that the increase is due to people returning equipment with missing accessories. Some employees have ignored the $25 restocking fee this far, but now it looks like the $35 fee policy will be adamantly followed.

source: buzzaboutwireless via PhoneNews

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