Are you getting your Sprint EVP or Everything Plus Discounts?
Employee Value Plan
The Sprint Employee Value Plan (EVP) is a 5% to 28% discount is for existing or new customers who are employees of large companies, students, teachers, self employed, government workers, members of credit unions and other organizations. A two-year contract extension is required. You can get a 10% by signing up for a free AOL email account and then logging in with your AOL email here. If you are over 50, AARP members get the discount too.
But many get discounts of more than 10%. You can enter your work email here to see what discount you can get Employee Value Program - Home. Here are lists of employer discounts from spring 2010:
Call EVP at (888) 457-6294 and ask about your employers, associations, etc. Some say this number is better: 877-728-3428. Thanks to Verwon and SJS1979.
Everything Plus 25% Discount
The Sprint Everything Plus Referral Program is a 25% plan discount for new customers or added lines who were referred by a Sprint Employee. It is a two year contract as always. Click here and enter the Sprint VP of Marketing's email address firstname.lastname@example.org and his 3 digit code 383. Here is Russ's blog with details. Tell them Russ sent you!
Threads for Sprint owners:
• Get Your Sprint 5-27% EVP Discount
• How to Upgrade Your Sprint Phone Every Year
• Airave: How to Get Great Reception at Home.If this helped you, please click †“†“
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I have been a Sprint customer for the past two years. Had four lines with BB Curve. Time to get into the smart phone arena....I've got 2 in college plus my wife and I. Bought 4 Evo's thru Walmart Wireless....actually cheaper overall than going through Sprint if you include the $100 Walmart gift card per device. Anyway during activation I asked the Sprint guys about a discount. Told them who I worked for and who my wife worked for. Woooooweeeee! 20% discount. That will come in handy to say the least now that I have 5 lines. Added son #2 and his LG Optimus S. Turns out the discount was more than was listed on spreadsheets in this thread. Anyway, that discount will pay for the $10/Evo charge so I'm a happy camper. I think the bottom line is ask for the discount and tell them everything. Who you work for, your wife, if you are a credit union member, retired military. Just about anything. These carriers want to keep you and are willing to sacrifice a bit to do so BUT they won't do a darn thing if you don't ask. Cheers
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I can also confirm that this is a very easy process. My employer sent out an email a couple of weeks ago about this. Luckily for me, I just recently signed up for service with Sprint, so extending my contract wasn't a big deal. Those discounts can really pay off when you're looking at a smartphone bill. My account was approved for a discount the very next day, too.
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Re: Are you getting your Sprint EVP Discount?
I know that I qualify for a 15% discount if I downgrade to the $69 plan but most of my calls are to landlines so that would NOT work for me.