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ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

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Journeyman

ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

Not sure where to put this question so I thought this is the most logical place to ask here.  I haven't contacted the CS yet...as I want to ask these question before I do:

http://support.sprint.com/support/article/Learn_about_early_termination_fee/case-sp061027-20110823-1...

Ok, I'm about 3.5 months away from fulfilling my 2 year contract...but in the chart I'm wondering in which catagory does my Blackberry Curve 8530 falls in?

And, is it possible for Sprint to waive the ETF if I return the phone? 

and this is a bit confusing:  http://shop2.sprint.com/en/stores/popups/advance_devices_popup.shtml

what "advanced devices" they're NOT selling..?  Sprint is still selling BB Curve 8530 the last time I checked. 

clarify this statement, please? 

thanks so much! 

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Wizard

ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

All blackberrys are considered advanced devices.

Sprint will not waive the ETF if you return the phone; however, Viper makes a good suggestion.

As to the last statement, they are merely saying that some "advanced devices" may be discontinued...but are still considered advanced devices. 

If you are having an issue, you should try to contact one of the Sprint folks with the Sprint logo beneath their names.  Maybe they could resolve an issue that you are having. 

Regardless, good luck!!

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Journeyman

ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

very interesting!  I know there were 4 posts to this thread, and now it's been deleted and marked as "not answered" 

why is that?? 

Wizard

ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

I don't mean to be dense, but your etf can't be that much being you are only a few months from the end of your contract why can't you sell your phone on Craigslist, pay the etf and still have a few bucks left over.

Wizard

ETF, Sprint and Blackberry, oh my!

All blackberrys are considered advanced devices.

Sprint will not waive the ETF if you return the phone; however, Viper makes a good suggestion.

As to the last statement, they are merely saying that some "advanced devices" may be discontinued...but are still considered advanced devices. 

If you are having an issue, you should try to contact one of the Sprint folks with the Sprint logo beneath their names.  Maybe they could resolve an issue that you are having. 

Regardless, good luck!!

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