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Sprints definition of an "Upgrade Device" ?
I have a quick question when it comes to getting an 'upgrade' device or rather should I say, getting the upgrade pricing for a new device vs new customer contracts and subsequent phone discounts.
I've been a Sprint customer since July 2010 when I purchased the EVO 4G. Of course my contract expired July of this past summer so I've been going 5 months over out of contract, on a monthly basis. When I go to purchase a new phone here in the near future, will Sprint (or whomever the 3rd party phone seller is) hold me to the "upgrade" phone price simply because I'm a current Sprint customer, or will I have an opportunity to get the phone for the "new customer" price since I'm out of contract and not upgrading while inside my contract limits?
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Re: Sprints definition of an "Upgrade Device" ?
You have to disconnect your line for at least 30 days (I think it's 30 ... it might be 45) to be considered a new customer. I've heard of people trying to port their number away, close their account, and then port it right back within a few days to get new customer pricing, but they don't even allow that.
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