Is EPRP legit?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by peekapoo, May 14, 2010.

  1. peekapoo

    peekapoo Active Member
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    Hi all,
    I will be a new customer for sprint with evo. I have few questions.

    1. I browsed this forum and found out about EPRP link and it seems like working now. Can anyone sing up there and get discount? some say its ok, and some say its fraud.

    2. Is there any way I can pre order evo online or calling sprint with EPRP?

    2. How long MIR will take? normal 6-8 weeks or more?

    I just could go to BB or RS, but if I sign up with EPRP, $10 off every month and free activation and $100 MIR. It will be alot better in long run.
     

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  2. Clock

    Clock Well-Known Member
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    1. EPRP is completely legit. When I was speaking to a Sprint retentions person yesterday, they said I could move onto that plan if I wanted to to get an EVO (I'm coming from SERO). I didn't do it because it was better to leverage my 25% corporate discount and get Premium status.

    2. Not sure I understand. I don't think you can preorder anywhere online yet. You can definitely get yourself setup with EPRP right now, though.

    3. Probably, yeah. The MIRs are all about getting 0-percent loans for a few months for the company issuing them.

    I'm pretty sure that you can have Sprint set you up with an EPRP line (give them a call) and tell them not to activate it until June 1st. After you have that setup, you should then be able to go to BB / RS and preorder the phone. They'll look your account up, see that it's eligible, and go from there. Regardless, you need to call Sprint anyhow, so just give 'em a ring and make sure that's all possible.
     
  3. Bek

    Bek Well-Known Member
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    Yes, it definitely is. I used it when I switched back to Sprint last year, after a miserable year with AT&T. Hop over to SprintUsers.com and their SERO Tips & Tricks section... they're all mad crazy about it.
     
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