Ting Will Pay ETFs for Contract Breakers Who Switch
Ting, an MVNO that runs on Sprint's network, recently announced that it will pay the early termination fee of anyone who cancels their contract with their existing carrier and switches to Ting. Rather than offer a direct reimbursement or cash, Ting will credit the account of switchers with up to $350 per line, the typical maximum ETF charged by other carriers. The promotion runs from February 1 to February 28. Ting sells new and refurbished smartphones, and accepts select handsets from Sprint. Service plans start as low as $9 per month for 100 voice minutes, 100 messages, and 100MB of data.
Apple Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at Discount
Feb 2, 2018
Apple has added refurbished units of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to its online store. Refurbished iPhones are given a new battery, a new outer shell, and are certified by Apple.
Samsung Plans to Sell Refurbished Galaxy Note7
Mar 27, 2017
Samsung plans to bring back the Galaxy Note7, despite the massive recall that spelled the phone's demise last year. The company will sell refurbished versions of the phone, though Samsung is still determining where via talks with regulatory authorities and carriers.
Sprint Offering a Free Year of Service to Those Who Switch
Jun 13, 2017
Sprint today leveled a huge gun at the competition: it will give a year of free unlimited service to people who switch from other postpaid carriers to Sprint. The deal, detailed on Sprint's web site, requires switchers to jump through a lot of hoops and meet a wide variety of conditions.
Sprint Offering Free Year of Service for Switchers
Jan 17, 2018
Sprint is offering a year of free unlimited service to people who switch from other postpaid carriers to Sprint. The deal, detailed on Sprint's web site, requires switchers to jump through a lot of hoops and meet a wide variety of conditions.
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