Sprint will cover your cancellation fee if you switch carriers

Considering how well T-Mobile has been doing over the past few months it’s no surprise that Sprint wants to take a trick or two from T-Mobile’s playbook. The company has announced that it will now cover all cancellation fees for customers who want to switch over to Sprint from a different carrier. No matter what the amount is, Sprint will cover the cost. 

If you’re unhappy with your current mobile provider and you’re stuck in one of those terrible two-year contracts, there may be an out for you. Sprint, which is now considered to be the fourth largest carrier in the US, has just announced that it will cover all cancellation fees for customers who want to switch from their current carrier. That’s right, no matter what is owed, whether we’re talking about just the early termination fee or the remaining payments you owe on your phone installment plan, Sprint will reimburse the total cost to you. Before you get too excited, there are a few hoops to jump through first. For starters, you’ll need to turn in your current phone, in good working condition, to Sprint in order for them to reimburse you. So if you had any hopes of keeping your current phone, you’re unfortunately out of luck.

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