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Sprint Bumps Customer Referral Award Up to $100

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Mar 3, 2009, 12:26 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint has increased the reward of referring new customers to $100. Current customers simply fill out a form to refer friends and family, and Sprint will contact them about initiating new service. Once those new customers keep an active Sprint account for 30 days, Sprint will pay $100 to the person who recommended them. The friend will receive a $25 reward, as well. Both rewards are paid in the form of a Visa debit card. The program runs until the end of March.

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Mar 3, 2009, 12:33 PM


All they need to do know is give a cheaper version of simply everything with unlimited talk and text but no data.
So you give your current customers more (another) reason to get thier friends to go to sprint but they dont give those friends of thiers any new reasons to want to go to sprint.
How about this $50 plan, Boost Mobile is Sprint..

http://plans.boostmobile.com/monthlyunlimited.aspx »
there is an unlimited talk and text rate plan with unli picture mail and video mail for only $89.99.

Mar 3, 2009, 4:46 PM

Very Aggressive!

This is an awesome tool for subscribers. With this tool you essentially "could" offer 12 of your friends or family an extra 25 dollars of your own money on top of Sprint's 25 and still pocket 75. 12x75= nice payday! Cool incentive. However, The rules state you must have remained a subscriber with SprintNextel for at least the past 24 months in order to qualify for the 100 dollars.
:/ Tmo's Referral program kicks out money after the person you referred has had service for 45 days.....
I was going to say something whitty and off color slamming Sprint but since its you I will hold off on the smart allick comments and just say I hope this works for Sprint.
I'm reading the flyer right now and it says 24 hours...
T Mobster

Mar 4, 2009, 1:41 AM

what losers...

this is what they get for being such a crappy company with idiots in outsourced call centers with cheesy accents and poor people skills. how's it feel to be the one bent over the kitchen table now sprint. ha ha Laughing Laughing
You need to grow up. It is very unprofessional for a rep from T-Mobile to disparage the competition. You say that Sprint has outsourced call centers when T-Mobile, a foreign company, that is in the process of doing just that. Try calling the Flex-Pay ...

Mar 3, 2009, 2:07 PM

Poor Sprint.... Desperate much??

Damn Sprint is desperate for customers... I guess they are doing any and everything to get customers now of days.... Hopes this plan works after their plans for a stimulus package failed....
Well the network is actually very good and customer service and billing issues have declined DRAMATICALLY. Once people try the service and see how good it is for a much better deal than VZW or ATT then many of these customers will stay. Not a bad way ...
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