Wave “Goodbye!” to Sprint's One Up plan, no more mid-contract upgrades

Wave “Goodbye!” to Sprint's One Up plan, no more mid-contract upgrades
Sprint, the third largest mobile network operator in the USA, has discontinued its One Up upgrade program. Introduced back in September 2013, the One Up plan was Sprint's early upgrade option for customers who wanted to replace their phone with a new one after just a year of usage. Sprint's rivals, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon, are still offering their early upgrade options, so if you feel like this is your thing, you can check what those guys have to offer.

Meanwhile, it seems Sprint is redirecting people interested in One Up to its new Framily plan. Framily is an interesting “shared” plan, which allows up to 10 different customers to share one plan, but still be billed separately. You can learn more about it here.

How do you feel about Sprint discontinuing the One Up plan? Drop a comment below and tell us!

source: Sprint via The Verge


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