Port Your Number to Sprint, Get $125 or $50 Toward Service
Sprint recently launched a new promotion whereby new customers who port their number from another carrier will receive a service credit with Sprint, depending on what type of new line is activated. Those who port their number to a new smartphone line will receive a $125 service credit, and those who port to a standard feature phone line will receive a $50 service credit. Users will see the credit in the first monthly statement after they've been a new Sprint customer for 60 days (as long as users remember to register for it). The promotion lasts until April 16, 2011.
AT&T Targets Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon with Switching Offer
AT&T today said it will pay customers of competing networks up to $650 per line to switch to AT&T. The latest tactic hopes to woo Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers by offering to cover their fees.
Sprint Extends 50% Rate Promo Through February 11
Sprint will continue to offer AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers a 50% reduction in service plan costs if they switch to Sprint. The promotion, first introduced in November, was set to expire January 8 and now runs through February 11.
T-Mobile to Give Away Free Line of Service
T-Mobile today said most customers who have a service plan with two or more lines can snag another line for free. T-Mobile says this free line can be used for a phone, tablet, watch, or mobile hotspot.
DirecTV Offering $500 to Customers Who Switch to AT&T
DirecTV today rolled out a new promotion that will reward customers who switch wireless carriers to AT&T with $500. The deal is available to existing DirecTV and AT&T U-verse television customers.
Other special offer: Port your number from Sprint, not have to have Sprint.
Maybe you're tired of a lack of follow up on carrier initiatives.
Maybe you want a smartphone that doesn't freeze randomly on incoming calls (evo evo evo) or doesn't die after 4 hours of use (evo evo evo ) , or are maybe tired of owning the knockoffs sprint seems to get compared to real providers.
Or maybe you're just tired of the Jerry springer reenactments at Sprint stores.
Now there is an even better special offer- if you switch from Sprint, you don't have to put up with Sprint.
I've never seen an Evo freeze...
Whatever differences you have with the carrier in question, I would recommend stifling your opinion. An opinion that doesn't have some sort of childish atta...
Sprint is a great value compared to other carriers
Nice incentive but......
If Sprint could put their money where their mouth is when it comes to better customer service, less billing errors, and network quality, then I would not mind the $$$ going in that direction.
This is a great incentive!
All these items have been addressed and remedied to a very respectable degree. These things will once again compliment the innovation Sprint has always been known for.
I would hope that those who browse this forum, realize Sprint is NOT the same carrier it was two years ago. As a customer, I almost left for a second time because of headaches, inadequacy of proper acknowledgments of issues.However, I elected to stay the course once Dan Hesse took the helm. His accomplis...
'As long as customers remember--
You have to send in for rebates...
Register for warranties...
Sign up online for extras...
With DirecTV, I had to call and cancel my extra free chan...
Since you are getting this credit why not donate some of them??
- Sprint is waiving text-message fees for Sprint customers who send mobile donations to a number of short codes and organizations participating in the relief and recovery efforts.
- Currently, Sprint text messages sent to and from the following short codes will not be charged standard text-messaging fees:
- Text â€œREDCROSS to â€œ90999â€ to donate $10 on behalf of the American Red Cross.
- Text â€œTSUNAMI to â€œ50555â€ to donate $5 on behalf of Convoy of Hope, Inc.
- Text â€œWAVEâ€ to â€œ50555â€ to donate $10 on behalf of the World Relief Corp. of National Association of Evangelicals.
- Text "JAPAN" or "QUA...
Best Deal In Wireless
It will make Sprint better