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Sprint rolls out a ‘limited time’ early upgrade program called Easy Pay

17
Jan
2014

Last week, Sprint surprisingly ended its One Up early upgrade plan after just four months, and we were left wondering if the carrier had decided not to offer an alternative to T-Mobiles Jump going forward. Turns out Sprint was just revamping things a bit: the carrier just announced Easy Pay, another early upgrade plan that sounds similar to how T-Mobile currently currently sells smartphones — those, as usual, there are a few catches. Under Easy Pay, current customers can upgrade to a new handset any time they want — theyll pay a down payment, and then the remainder of the phones unlocked price is split into 24 months payments. While theres no change in your monthly contract if you use this plan, at least customers using Easy Pay have the option of keeping their old phone or selling it through Sprints buyback program.

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