Just the other day we reported that Sprint would soon be joining the likes of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile by offering their subscriber a way to upgrade their device early and the program would be going by the “One Up” moniker, and sure enough the carrier has since made it official. The offer is currently only available in-store versus being able to upgrade online, but we guess it’s better than nothing! Basically what the Sprint One Up program does is that it allows customers to upgrade their smartphones to a newer smartphone on an annual basis, and given that smartphones refreshes are done annually, this is a good thing for the tech enthusiast customer who must always have the latest and greatest smartphone in their hand.
According to Sprint, customers who wish to participate in the One Up program can expect to fork out an introductory rate of $65 a month, which according to the carrier, is $15 cheaper compared to the Unlimited, My Way standard rate plan. In order to be eligible for the One Up program, customers are required to purchase a smartphone and sign a two-year contract with the carrier and after 12 consecutive payments, customers will then be eligible to upgrade their devices to a newer smartphone or tablet. As it stands, Sprint is also offering a zero downpayment for devices, although this is will be a limited offer. So, who else is excited about Sprint’s One Up program? [Press Release]RELATED
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