Was about to upgrade my Sprint phone and plan (am currently on an old SERO 1250 plan and upgrading to SERO Premium 500). I'm thinking of getting the HTC Evo 3d (mainly for dual core processor...dont care much for the 3d)
Anyway my question pertains to the process of upgrading. Should I upgrade my plan or buy the phone first? By looking at the website, I can get the phone for $199 after my $150 upgrade credit (for completing my current contract) and $200 instant savings (not sure what this is for but i'll take it).
Also, I keep hearing about a customer loyalty credit of around $70...not sure what that's all about and whether i'm able to get it or not? If I could throw that into this deal and get the Evo 3d for $129 i'd be all about that...
all help is much appreciated.
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Sprint does the $150 upgrade every 2 years (or 1 on premiere gold) plus whatever other discounts to get the phone down to $200. I have heard of them also doing the extra $70 discount for going back on contract. Also if you have an old phone they let you trade it in for money (or recycle).
I got the Evo 3D and I love it, this thing is VERY fast. It plays flash games online just fine and apps load very fast. Battery lasts a while too. I didnt want it for the 3D feature either but it actually works very well and the camera is great. The screen is also very clear.
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