Last-place Sprint will be last US carrier to drop long-lasting contracts

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If dogs wore shoes, you could say that the last one will soon drop. T-Mobile started the wave back in 2013, then came Verizon last year and AT&T this year, all of them to varying degrees of sinuosity. So, what’s taking Sprint too long? Bad advice? Paper shuffling since mid-August when it first announced its plans?

All we know for sure is that a tipster has leaked a Sprint document for employees that announces the end of 2-year pricing agreements. No more subsidies for phones and mobile broadband devices, but there will still be subsidies for tablets, line upgrades and line additions to existing accounts.¬†Sprint’s Easy Pay EIP and leasing plans will be the only ways for new customers to get their flip phones or smartphones.

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Not pictured? A date.

Source: Android Central

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Jules Wang
Jules Wang is News Editor for Pocketnow and has been on the team since May of 2015. Before that, he was a production intern, editing and producing the Pocketnow Weekly podcast and also editing other video projects from the team. He is a Emerson College graduate of 2015 with studies in journalism.