Sprint: Families That Switch Get $400 Credit
Top message: paying bounty by navydave
Replying to: Re: paying bounty by T Bone
Re: paying bounty
The only way to gain new subscribers is by converting them from their current carriers - which so happens to be very difficult given the fact that contracts, among costs make it an expensive switch.
Giving someone a credit to obtain devices is a hell of a deal - especially if you were thinking about making the switch.
Pretty much EVERYONE in this country has a cell phone, so where else do you exactly expect Sprint to obtain new subscribers? Hang out at elementary schools and convince parents to get their kids a phone?
I fail to see how this is a bad thing - acting like you're too good for a credit like this. As if......as if.....
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