Sprint's Easy Pay Paves the Way to Device Upgrades
Sprint today announced Easy Pay, a payment system that lets people upgrade to new devices more easily by spreading out the payments over time. Sprint customers who want to upgrade devices more frequently will need to enroll in the Easy Pay program, which is being offered for a limited time. The program requires customers to pay off the balance of their existing handset. They can then choose a new phone, make a down payment on the device followed by 24 equal payments to cover the expense of the phone. Customers have the option of keeping their old device or selling it back to Sprint via its Buyback program. Sprint said Easy Pay can be paired with its new Framily Plans. Sprint Easy Pay replaces the OneUp program, which was cancelled on January 9.
Sprint to Launch LG G4 On June 5
Sprint today announced launch details regarding the LG G4 smartphone, which will be available in stores and online beginning June 5. Sprint is offering a wide range of purchasing options for the phone.
Sprint to Sell Nexus 6 November 14
Sprint today said the Nexus 6 smartphone will reach its retail stores, web site, and telesales channels on November 14. Sprint is offering the Nexus 6 through its Easy Pay program for $0 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $29.
Sprint to Open Up Leasing to All Phones
Sprint plans to expand its phone leasing program to all the handsets in its lineup. Until now, Sprint has reserved its leasing program for Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxies.
Sprint Announces iPhone 6 Leasing Program, Unlimited Data
Sprint today announced a new program that will make it easier for customers to afford the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Sprint's iPhone 6 leasing program allows subscribers to obtain the iPhone 6 for $0 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $20 (16-GB version).
T-Mobile Debuts 'Jump On Demand' for Free Phone Upgrades
T-Mobile today kicked off a new program called Jump On Demand, which will allow people to upgrade their phone for free up to three times per year. The Jump On Demand program builds on Uncarrier 2.0, which introduced the idea of early phone upgrades with Jump.