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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB $162 ($9 x 18 mon) **18 month lease on Sprint** New Accounts

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S9 64GB = $9 x 18 months = $162 on Flexi Lease
S9+ 64GB = $14 x 18 months = $252 on Flexi Lease

Also available on Sprint.com for same price.
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Total savings of $432.00 includes $24.00/mo. carrier bill credit for 18 months. Bill credits end when phone balance is paid off.
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Lease so add 6 x $33 = $198 if you want to own the phone at the end.
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can't understand the deal..
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Possible to pay the phone off after sign-ups like next day or something?
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Possible to pay the phone off after sign-ups like next day or something?
Don't think so. Per best buy website.
Total savings of $432.00 includes $24.00/mo. carrier bill credit for 18 months. Bill credits end when phone balance is paid off.
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Don't think so. Per best buy website.
Total savings of $432.00 includes $24.00/mo. carrier bill credit for 18 months. Bill credits end when phone balance is paid off.
So u get the discount via 18 months?
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This is for their Lease . . . Meaning after 18 months you either payoff the balance of the Phone or return it.

Honestly it's not a bad deal for what is essentially a rental. I usually don't like these lease deals but they really dropped the price here. New account sucks tho.
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What's the remaining balance for purchase at the end of the lease?
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Lease so add 6 x $33 = $198 if you want to own the phone at the end.
Why 6 months x $33?
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Requires bill credits, you can't pay it off up-front
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Why 6 months x $33?
The phone is $33 a month for 24 months, but you get back $24 in bill credits for 18 of them.

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F*ck their lease! How in the world people think this lease shit is better than getting a phone free or almost free with two year contract is beyond me. Bring back the two year contracts!
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This is for their Lease . . . Meaning after 18 months you either payoff the balance of the Phone or return it.

Honestly it's not a bad deal for what is essentially a rental. I usually don't like these lease deals but they really dropped the price here. New account sucks tho.
in theory lease is no difference than installment.

simply put.
take the full msrp amount of phone.
lets say 960 (simple math)
divide by 24.
u get 40

every month u pay 40.

lease:
u are committed to making 18 month payments 40 per month
then at that point u can turn in the phone and get another phone (via lease or installment)
or u can pay the remaining 6 x40 and own the phone.
or u can continue to pay 40 for ever (and never own the phone..not sure why anyone would do thsis)

installment:
u are committed to to making 24 month payments 40 per month
then u own the phone

so they are essential the same.
w lease u have option

now in this case..the lease has discount but it forces u to stay w carrier (Sprint) for 18 moths...so lets say they give u $30 discount per month for 18 months.
first 18 months u pay $10 and S pays $30.
then like before u pay the 6 x 40 month and u own the phone
so u have paid 180+240 = 420 for a 960 phone
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why do people help companies make profits on stuff that is 1/4th the market value.. Just be Smart to be a Smartphone user and not help cheap marketers make profit for billionaires..
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