Maybe this is the reason why the iPhone XR and XS aren't selling as well as Wall Street expected. Or it could be a symptom. Whatever the case, it's a deal.
That's $42 more than what T-Mobile or Verizon is putting up for the same phone right now. And the "BOGO" part of it is less appealing than T-Mo's deal. But if you're loyal to Sprint, this is your option.
If you're on Sprint and are looking to upgrade to that new Samsung phone you've been hearing about, you might want to make need to see if you can make room for two.
T-Mobile started out with a $300 ceiling for a trade-in when it came to an iPhone 8 discount. Sprint's taking it just a bit further on different fronts.
Zero down on devices won't last for long on T-Mobile's refreshed leasing program with early upgrade opportunities, especially as phone prices skyrocket.
Sprint Flex aims for ‘ultimate’ leasing simplicity, Sprint Deals come with cool savings on many phones
With Sprint Flex and Sprint Deals, it should be easier and cheaper than ever before to lease a new phone and choose to upgrade or own it down the line.
The Galaxy Forever program is back with free upgrades at 12 months, an option to buy at 18 and a chance of biting dust with the S8 after that.
The leasing program that let you trade your smartphone up to three times a year has been bagged. A customer service rep guessed it ended in October.