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Jared Bass
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Sprint Buyout Contract Cost NEW!



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Any fees in addition to Early Termination Fees (ETFs) due to contract breakage are not covered by this offer, such as, but not limited to: construction costs, device non-return fees or device damage fees, remaining balance on financed devices (note: Carrier freedom does address mobile phone device fees. Please see FAQs above), late fees, missed payment, bounced checks, delinquent accounts and charge-offs.


Hi all, I've spoken to about 5 customer service reps and recieved different answers, so figured it was worth a try asking here. Recently I switched to verizon from a family plan on sprint. I traded in an iphone 6 and recieved $211 trade in value and have $140 left to pay sprint for an early termination fee. I submitted all of the paperwork for the prepaid card but was denied. When I called to try to figure out why, I was told that because my phone buyout ($211) was more than my early termination fee ($140), they aren't able to supply the prepaid card for the early termination fee. I guess I am still confused as to why. If they can't they can't, but I still haven't found someone who can explain this to me in terms I understand.


That's what I thought. I spoke to 3 or 4 people before demanding to be transferred to a manager. The woman I spoke to was very short and told me her hands are tied. She said that because my trade in phone value exceeds my early termination fee, I'm not entitled to the prepaid card. I was given $211 for the phone. This was the reason I was given in email when I got the denial. "Not eligible for prepaid card as the device trade-in provided by Verizon exceeded the reimbursement amount." It feels like some really [removal required by the Verizon Wireless Terms of Service] wording to be honest. Had I known this, I would have preferred to sell my phone online and get the prepaid card to buy out my sprint contract.


No more worrying about running out of data or surprise overage charges. The Unlimited Freedom Plan from Sprint costs even less because of where you work. Four lines for $35 per line for unlimited data, talk and text and $25/mo for additional lines 5 to 10. All while on the Sprint Network.Visit www.sprint.com/freedom for more information.


This isnt working for me. i have a family plan but no employer discount and they keep telling me that I cant cancel. I didnt think a contract could be changed unless both parties agree? I dont agree with the changes and im not a fan of sprints service. I was told by the rep at my store that its was great and data was fast and what not. It was good until my 14 day return period was up. On the 15th day everything went to crap. Dropped calls extremely slow data or none at all. I called and tried to find out what was wrong and tried to return the phones but i would have to pay a etf. Needless to say ive been looking for a way out since then and now more than ever bc i just got laid off from work. Can anyone give me some advice on how to cancel without paying the etf?


Sometimes, carriers offer contract buyout deals that pay off your smartphone and any early termination fees as an incentive to switch to their services. To qualify for these deals, you may have to trade in your current phone for a new one. However, if the program offers the new phone at a discount, it may help to offset the balance of your existing carrier.


Breaking a phone contract and binding payment plan often entails an early termination fee, or ETF, or may immediately require a user to pay off the remaining balance of their smartphone if it was purchased on an equipment installment plan. This cost can make it hard for phone users to switch from one US carrier to another.


NU in December 2017 agreed with Frost on a seven-year, $35 million contract that paid him $5 million per season until this one, before which he agreed to a salary reduction to $4 million. Had Frost been fired last December following a 3-9 season, his buyout would have been $20.4 million.


In addition to the traditional methods of buying a lower-cost, subsidized smartphone in exchange for signing a two-year contract or paying off the full price of your device outright in the form of monthly installments, you can also lease your device from most carriers. Simply sign a lease deal, and in exchange for a low monthly payment, you get a phone you can use, plus the option to upgrade at any time. Just keep paying the flat monthly fee, and you can turn in your old phone for a new one every 12 months. One carrier even lets you swap phones up to three times per year. 041b061a72


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