Sprint debuts ‘One Up’ yearly upgrade program
Sprint announced on Friday that it has joined the other top carriers with an annual trade-in/upgrade program. Called “One Up” it lets customers trade their device in once every 12 months just so long as they have made that many consecutive payments.
The One Up plan runs $65 per month and comes with unlimited talk, text, and data for the duration of the account. Phones prices are divided into 24 equal payments and spread out accordingly. Between these two costs you’ll be off and running.
For a limited time, Sprint is offering a promotion which sees no down payment requirements. Existing customers eligible for an upgrade may be able to take advantage of the program.
The Sprint One Up program takes effect immediately (September 20) and is available at company stores. Note that it is not available in Florida and Washington, D.C.
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