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Sprint Offering T-Mobile Customers $200 for Trade-Ins

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Jan 23, 2015, 9:15 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint today launched an aggressive promotion aimed directly at T-Mobile. Sprint is promising $200 to T-Mobile customers who port their number to Sprint and turn in their working T-Mobile phone. The $200 trade-in offer, which runs from today through April 9, can be combined with Sprint's ETF buyout. In addition to the $200, Sprint will pay up to $350 per line to cover ETFs and other fees when customers cancel their T-Mobile service. With the two promotions combined, T-Mobile customers stand to receive up to $550 if they switch to Sprint, which should cover any costs associated with terminating their old service and acquiring a new handset.

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adams10462

Jan 23, 2015, 2:30 PM

who in there right mind???

No one where i live would trade a working tmobile anything for a crappy Sprint phone. there data at full strength next to Verizons crappy service, let alone the fastest data in the country-tmobile would trade and go to the crappiest company on the planet. Everyone i know who has sprint is either looking to leave or in the proess of leaving…there coverage is weak in there strongest area. Not to mention Sprint still loves to charge people for services never asked or signed up for. Family members fight with them monthly for services on there line that were never asked for.
adams10462 said:
No one where i live would trade a working tmobile anything for a crappy Sprint phone. there data at full strength next to Verizons crappy service, let alone the fastest data in the country-tmobile would trade and g
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PhoneMan23

Jan 23, 2015, 1:04 PM

I wouldn't take that deal

Sprint costs more where I live and their service is sub-par. Good try Sprint but I don't see many people jumping ships to your service.
PhoneMan23 said:
Sprint costs more where I live and their service is sub-par. Good try Sprint but I don't see many people jumping ships to your service.

Sprint is banking on the hope that others will. I guess we'll al...
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Jellz

Jan 23, 2015, 6:22 PM

Not quite $550...

Not even close. T-Mobile ETFs started at $200, and that was in the first year of the contract. Most T-Mobile customers are off contract at this point, and those few left in contract are pretty much looking at a $50 ETF for being in the last 90 days of their contract.
Sprint Pays up to $350 for the old contract OR up to $350 if you have a phone on an installment plan or JUMP. Combined with the $200 minimum buyback on any good working smartphone its $550
 
 
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