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Sprint confirms 'One Up' phone upgrade program

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Sep 2013 0:02

Sprint confirms 'One Up' phone upgrade program Sprint has confirmed their recently leaked early-upgrade smartphone program, 'One Up.'
Like rival plans, One Up will let wireless subscribers change their phones once per year, while paying monthly installments for the device. Additionally, the plan will work with tablets, as well.

Sprint unlimited everything plans start at $65 per month.

With most high-end smartphones (priced at $550), you will pay an additional $27 per month for the phone with One Up (after taxes), and there is no down payment necessary for the device.

Sprint says you will save, over the course of a year, $208 over T-Mobile's plan, $500 over AT&T's plan and $539 over Verizon's plan.

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