I lost my old phone and was thinking about upgrading since I'm ellegable. The trouble is if I do that they are going to add a 10$ fee per phone to my monthly bill. So my question is if I buy a phone on ebay or something similar will they try to charge me more once I try to activate it?
I had a Samsung Intercept. I'm not sure what phone I am getting now. I want something android with a dual core processor. I was thinking about the Motorola Photon but that has the charge. I was also thinking about a Galaxy II. Is it the 4G phones that have the extra charge? If you can tell me what constitues the additional charge I can then work around it. Does it make a difference if I buy it on my own without sprint?
What qualifies the phone for the charge? Is the the 4G, Duel core processor? How does sprint decide if the phone is to be charged or not? You seem to be able to tell if phones will be charged or not so why not pass along that info and make it easy on me?
No it isn't, its not 4G. Are you even listening to me? You must wrok for sprint seeing as how you avoid all my questions. This is ******* stupid.
What makes this confusing is that the Nexus S is not 4g, however the SPH-D720 in the description is incorrect because if you google the Samsung Nexus S SPH-D720 it says it's a 4G phone.
As seen in this description:
Samsung SPH-D720 was released in 5 / 2011
Yes! You are grandfathered in without the fee as you activated it before the change was made. All smartphones Sprint sells or has ever sold now requires the fee if activated after January 30, 2011
If I buy another intercept will I be charged?
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