Sprint Shortens Return Policy from 30 Days to 14 Days
Statement from Sprint
â€¢ Refund the device purchase price (as long as device is complete and undamaged)
â€¢ Refund the activation/upgrade fee (if service is cancelled within 3 days of activation)
â€¢ Waive the Early Termination Fee (ETF) (as long as the device is returned)
â€¢ A Restocking Fee will apply for device exchanges, except for upgrades going to previously owned and activated devices.
Sprint, we don't want you to be in line with other carriers, we want you to be unique!
This violates the law in California when it comes to returns. It's a business law here in California that customers have 30 days to return an item they dislike. Will this apply in California?
You bring up a good point. I wonder what will happen...
Small Thougts from a humble worker
It will not effect neither California, or Hawaii.
State Law > Sprint.
Also I can say I don't condone these changes
I get a new phone just as fast on Verizon.
For about $5 more than the same options on Sprint I don't get unlimited data but with my discount options I can get 5GB (likely more than I will ever use).
And, I guess I will just have to live without the Google Voice integration...hate that one but while it is nice it doesn't by itself ...
Verizon Wireless found some loophole and was able to establish a 14 day return policy in California. Verizon and Best Buy both confirmed this.
That's because Verizon is the DEVIL!!!!!!
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