After dropping its One Up program last week, Sprint(s s) on Thursday introduced a new way for customers to upgrade early with Sprint Easy Pay. Easy Pay lets you buy a new phone at any time and pay it off across 24 monthly installments plus an initial down payment.
With Easy Pay, once you buy a new phone, you can then upgrade to another new device at any point you’d like, though you’ll have to pay off the remaining balance on your current device first. You can then keep that paid off device or sell it back to Sprint through its Buyback program, which will give you up to $300.
Easy Pay makes a lot of sense to me. After all, Sprint isn’t losing any money through the program, as customers are ultimately paying the full price for their new handset, albeit over a period of time. And it…
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