Iphone 6 With Sprint
Hi how are you doing to today im interested in buying this iphone 6
I have been with Sprint now for 18 years and have absolutely loved their coverage and plans. I travelled between states for all that time, and have never ever had any problems with dropped calls, nor coverage or any other connection problems. I had AT&T before and can’t even remember who it was before that but never had such reliability (although realize location is also germane) as I have had with Sprint from day one!!
That said…FedExGuy is correct. If you take the no contract plan, you’ll pay full price for the phone. I opted to buy the phone upfront, as I was already a Sprint customer and could get it at a substantial discount…so for me…buying it outright and paying a mere $50.00/month (not a family plan) for unlimited everything (talk, text, data)… was the better deal over a two year period. Had I taken the no contract plan, I would have at the end paid more in total fees, than buying the phone at the Sprint discount plus the monthly fees. Also, even if you do sign a two year contract with them…you can still get another phone before the two years without voiding the contract, and the new phone would also be discounted at I think say ‘half’ the full two year discount they offer, as you start getting a discount after the first year of that two year contract (whew…didn’t think I knew all this…)! Ohhh also…if at the end of a two year contract, you didn’t necessarily want to sign another two years? Sprint will just continue you at a month-to-month at the same monthly fee for as long as you want..no hassle!!!:heart:
I also didn’t care for the (not sure of the exact verbiage Sprint used) "iPhone forever" explanation. From what I understood, you could get another iPhone without signing any two-year commitment but that if you DIDN’T turn it in for another iPhone at the end of two years..and decided say…you wanted to keep the one you had or get something ‘other’ than an iPhone..that you had a ‘buy out’ price for doing so, since it was essentially a ‘lease’ situation.
It’s still a great deal either way, but from my perspective and usage…I don’t necessarily want nor need to exchange my phone every year or so and didn’t want to be tied into having to do so…and also didn’t want to be tied into just the iPhone. Plus..I have never considered going to another provider as I’ve been so happy with Sprint. However…today..if you did want to change providers…they all now run special offers to pay your early termination fee in order to do so. :womanhappy:
Good luck and I know you’ll love Sprint :womanlol:
(am not a Sprint employee nor is this a sponsored ad…LOLOL)
We’ve been with Sprint for years, and switched to the new "no contract" plan about six months ago. It cut our bill (4 lines, unlimited text/calling) in half and then some. We don’t use much data, so that wasn’t an issue. The main difference, as czechers stated, is that you will pay full price for a phone, but Sprint will spread the cost over 24 months. And you can get a phone whenever you want–none of this upgrade time limit stuff. Can’t speak to the iPhone aspect as we’re Android users, but, as far as the plan goes, it’s the best we’ve ever had!
That is a no contract Price plan, you would actually pay more with the contract because they are subsidizing the phone. In my case, I’m paying the full price of the phone, just over 20 months.
I have a 6 plus on Sprint and switched from AT&T. My bill is $50 a month unlimited everything. But PLEASE consider buying directly from Sprint. They’ll split the cost of the phone on your bill over 20 months with no interest and you end up paying about $24 a month. This was still cheaper than signing a 2 year contract with another carrier and paying their rates for my monthly service.
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You have to have good circulation to your foot and oxygen rich blood. I don’t know of any supplements that can do that. Andrew’s "Circulation and Vein Support" helps to improve the condition of your veins, but I doubt that it has any healing properties. Ask your Dr. about it and see if he thinks it can help.
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04.07.14 4:57 AM