We have been customers of Sprint cell phone service for quite some time now. My wife and I last renewed in August 2010 when we both got new Blackberries.
This was, of course, within days of the world deciding that they hated Blackberries and weren’t going to buy them anymore. Everybody officially switched to either iPhone or Android based machines within days.
But, I digress.
Sprint’s program basically gives you their ‘best pricing’ on phones if you sign a two year agreement. Two months shy of the end of your agreement, they once again offer you the best pricing they have, so that you’ll extend with them. I guess they figure that those last couple of months are the time that you’ll use to start shopping around, so they entice you with a good deal and try to keep your wandering eyes off other carriers.
June 1st was the day that Sprint said I was eligible, so I looked around to see what the deals were.
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