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Sprint/T-mobile Merge

(Topic created: 08-10-2020 07:54 PM)
userxpXSuCRy9f
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Now that this merger has happened, Sprint customers that have Galaxy for life can no longer just pay $30 activation fee. We are now asked to pay $549.99 upfront. I was looking forward to getting the Note 20 Ultra. I think it is disgusting. Ordering through Samsung is a headache as well. On my phone, I can get $200 credit, if I do it on my tablet, it's $150. What a mess

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JohnLoose
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This sounds like a carrier policy. Have you reached out to their support team on this feedback item?

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Terrises
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Amen.. i bought mine direct from Samsung and a friend is buying my Note10 + for the buyout price and then I am moving to Verizon. The ONLY reason I have stayed with Sprint is the Galaxy for life program
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Geno71
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@userxpXSuCRy9f @Terrises 

 

But you guys got that plan from Sprint, and Sprint is not the same company anymore. "For life" in the plan name meant you get a new device every year, not that the deal will last for ever. 



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Terrises
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I understand that but as I said that deal was the only reason I stayed with Sprint which is why I am moving to Verizon once my Note 20 Ultra arrives
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