Iphone User & Return Policy
Hi all - I have a question about Sprint return policy. My situation is this - I am an iphone user and would like to convert. I would first like to try the EVO on the 30 day trial, then take it back. Then get iphone 4 and try that for a month and then in all likely hood convert over. This would be 2 months out and would probably allow for all the defects in the EVO to be fixed as well hopefully get Froyo on the phone. Will sprint give me a problem for coming back to them a month / month and a half later? Any help is appreciated...
- 06-24-2010, 09:45 PM #2
I thought of that as well - but here is my issue. 1 - I would then like to be able to test the EVO w Froyo and hopefully better battery life. Plus If I have both phones at once I will have to pay for an extra month of service - as the plans will overlap, which would be an extra $100...
Guess I am being a bit cheap. But for example If I try the EVO now and switch I would have to pay the ETF at ATT plus that one month of service - so $200 to switch over. That's if I like the EVO I end up paying more. If I just switch to EVO and don't like and go back to ATT I lose my unlimited data on ATT which I am granfathered in on. So I am in a bit of a quandry - and on a tight budget at the same time.
My approach is the only way that makes sense to me..
- 06-24-2010, 09:53 PM #5
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- Stock for now.
just dont tell them you plan on using it temporarily.
I've literally told customers we dont have a product because of them essentially telling me that.
You cost us money by doing crap like that. (also cost a true EVO customer a phone that plans on keeping it.)
Just putting the other side of the view point for the masses.