Sprint on Friday announced a new, limited time promotion designed to lure customers away from other wireless providers. Starting immediately, Sprint will cover all of the costs associated with breaking a contract with your current cell phone carrier. That’s right, not just the early termination fees, but also any balances owed on a smartphone installment plan.

As you might expect there are a few things the subscriber must do in order to qualify for the credits, including turning the (good working condition) handset over to Sprint. Customers need to port their number and sign up for a Sprint Easy Pay, iPhone for Life Plan, or Sprint Lease plan. Alternately, you can also pay full retail price for the device.

Sprint has a website set up for registering and uploading of your bill; you’re paid in the form of an American Express card within roughly fifteen days of successful registration.


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  1. So it has happened. They are literally paying you to be on Sprint’s network. Problem is, after the 1st month, you then have to pay them for the privilege of having a crappy signal.

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