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Sprint BYOD - Pixel 2 or 2 XL $350 and $200 for eligible phones

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Get a $350 Visa prepaid card and free SIM card when you bring a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL and switch to Sprint via Visa prepaid card after online registration at sprint.com/byodswitch and 60 days in good standing. Reqs. new account activ.

https://www.sprint.com/en/landing...phone.html

sprint.com/byodswitch

Effective price of Pixel 2 is $300 and Pixel 2 XL is $550 for each line

Bring your own phone, switch to Sprint, get a $200 Visa prepaid card and free SIM card for each line

Cannot combine other offers like BYOD unlimited plan.

Save $50 with a Sprint referral

expires 11th Jan 2018.
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Last Edited by bugzapper November 29, 2017 at 04:26 PM
GUIDE TO DOUBLE DIP PROMOS with T-Mobile to Target Verizon to Sprint (OPTIONAL)

Best option is to open as many lines as you can. If you play it right, open 5 lines on Target/Verizon, port them to Sprint. Keep on Sprint for 2 months, get $350 per line rebate + $50 per line Sprint referral credit + $100 Credit Union Rebate. Net could be as low as -$75 for 5 Pixels - this assumes that you open and port the Verizon lines out within 3 days to not incur activation fee and monthly charges.

Target $300 promo says you must port number from T-Mobile. BUT during the Target computer activation, there is an option to select new Verizon number. It works. So if you can convince the Target CSR to select that, you don't need to port a T-Mobile number.
For everyone else, just buy two T-Mobile prepaid kits. One kit to port into Target/Verizon and one kit to cancel Verizon or Sprint.

Does it work with existing Verizon Accounts?
No problem. Just add a line.

Does it work with existing Sprint Accounts?
Be careful with existing Sprint accounts. Very easy for them to deny the $350 rebate. Sprint website says: "Reqs. new account activ." http://sprint.com/byodswitch

For Sprint Referral - you need an existing Sprint customer to refer you before or within 7 days of opening your NEW account. If you are an existing Sprint Customer, you will not get a referral. You are limited to $500 in referrals total - so if you get $250 ($50 per line) referral and you give someone a referral, they open 5 lines, you can get another $250. I have done this before.
https://refer.sprint.com/

For credit union rebate, check out lovemycreditunion.org - http://www.lovemycreditunion.org/...ashrewards. You get $100 per line rebated back to your credit union account. I have done this as well before with Sprint. You cannot combine this rebate with American Airlines 25k miles, business rebates of $400 for opening lines etc. Don't try to double dip, you won't get either.

If you port out in 3 business days, Verizon does not charge you activation fee or monthly charges. See link - https://www.verizonwireless.com/o...rn-policy/

You will remain responsible for your Activation Fee unless you terminate service within three days of activation. You will also be responsible for all applicable usage fees, prorated access charges, taxes, surcharges or other charges that accrued to your account through the termination date.

You may get some minimal prorated charges from Verizon - best bet, open the lines and pay the device off/port the number to Sprint the same day or next day.

Pay off Verizon Device Payment Plan (DPP):
You can call up Verizon and ask to pay off the devices early - they will take the money over the phone using your credit card. (YMMV, only for existing Verizon accounts**)
I have done early pay off before - or you can go in the Verizon Store and pay it off.
** Verizon has stricter rules for new accounts... You must pay off your DPP in corporate store with CASH only. No credit cards. No authorized-dealer stores. Phone reps can't pay off DPP until account is 14-15 days old.

This is DPP - not ETF plan. You can simply pay off the device, port out the number - in this case you will be responsible for $350 to be paid to Verizon for the discounted Pixel 2 (more if you do Pixel 2 XL)

Target Verizon iPhones - These are universal FLEX phones for retail. iPhones don't come with SIM cards, so you must first boot with a Verizon SIM card to unlock it. (E.g. If you first boot with ATT SIM, iPhone will lock to ATT.)
Phones from Verizon stores come unlocked.

1 credit pull for each carrier as you are opening 1 account with each Sprint and Verizon.

Sprint Freebies:
Free 6-mon TIDAL per line. http://sprint.com/tidal
Free HULU (limited commercials). website says per account, but people got it to work free HULU per line.
http://sprint.com/hulu


Math for Pixel 2 64 GB - Assumes you open lines and port out/pay off Verizon DPP in less than 3 days so you don't get charged the activation fee or monthly charges (well minimal prorated charges) and you keep Sprint lines open for at least 2 months to get the $350 GC, $50 referral and $100 credit union rebate per line. Yes- you keep the lines open, use them or not, till you get all the rebates back.

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Target Phone Cost $350 $700 $1,050 $1,400 $1,750 $2,100 $2,450 $2,800 $3,150 $3,500
Phone Tax $65 $130 $195 $260 $326 $391 $456 $521 $586 $651
Sprint Rebate $(350) $(700) $(1,050) $(1,400) $(1,750) $(2,100) $(2,450) $(2,800) $(3,150) $(3,500)
Activation $30 $60 $90 $120 $150 $180 $210 $240 $270 $300
Monthly Charges $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $235 $270 $305 $340 $375
Referral $(50) $(100) $(150) $(200) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250)
CU Rebate $(100) $(200) $(300) $(400) $(500) $(600) $(700) $(800) $(900) $(1,000)
Net Cost $145 $90 $35 $(20) $(75) $(44) $(14) $16 $46 $76

Tax Rate10%
Sprint Activation Fee$30
Monthly Charge for 5 lines$100
Per line charge above 5 lines $35  
MSRP$651

Math for Pixel 2 XL 128 GB -
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Target Phone Cost $666 $1,332 $1,998 $2,664 $3,330 $3,996 $4,662 $5,328 $5,994 $6,660
Phone Tax $97 $193 $290 $386 $483 $580 $676 $773 $869 $966
Sprint Rebate $(350) $(700) $(1,050) $(1,400) $(1,750) $(2,100) $(2,450) $(2,800) $(3,150) $(3,500)
Activation $30 $60 $90 $120 $150 $180 $210 $240 $270 $300
Monthly Charges $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $235 $270 $305 $340 $375
Referral $(50) $(100) $(150) $(200) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250) $(250)
CU Rebate $(100) $(200) $(300) $(400) $(500) $(600) $(700) $(800) $(900) $(1,000)
Net Cost $493 $785 $1,078 $1,370 $1,663 $2,041 $2,418 $2,796 $3,173 $3,551

Tax Rate10%
Activation Fee$30
Monthly Charge$100
MSRP$966

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Is it eligible for one year free byod plan?
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Is it eligible for one year free byod plan?
cannot be combined
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When does this expire?
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cannot be combined
Switch in, switch out, switch in?
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Looking for an unlocked pixel deal
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So after 60 days you can cancel?
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Can I get $300 gc from Walmart with Verizon and then switch to sprint to get $200 more?
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What is a Galaxy S8 "Special Edition"???
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Works with coming from a sprint mvno?
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Can you do a family plan and get $200 on each phone
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I am looking for a good pixel Deal, anyone?
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Can I get $300 gc from Walmart with Verizon and then switch to sprint to get $200 more?
That's 2 hard credit pull I think?
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I only see "Bring your own phone, switch to Sprint, get a $200 Visa prepaid card and free SIM card" on the link. Where is the $ 350
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