paid full price for evo, and contract extention???

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FailedAngrMgmt, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. FailedAngrMgmt

    FailedAngrMgmt New Member
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    if I paid full price ($450) for the evo, they cannot renew my contract date right?
     

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  2. pgus13

    pgus13 Well-Known Member
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    Nope.....

    I paid full price and didn't sign a new agreement.
     
  3. DarkManX4lf

    DarkManX4lf Well-Known Member
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    Yeah I paid full price for mine as well. I just checked the Sprint website and my contract still ends at the same date before I got my Evo.
     
  4. excav8ter

    excav8ter Well-Known Member
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    I think sprint just considers it a "swap" or "upgrade".
     
  5. Thetaman

    Thetaman Well-Known Member
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    An upgrade wouldn't require you to pay full price. If you paid full price, you shouldn't have been required to sign anything in the store related to your contract.

    You simply just bought the phone and sprint will transfer your line of service to the phone. That's it.
     
  6. ray3676

    ray3676 Member
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    Correct. I originaly had mine reserved and only had a 1yr upgrade avalible. That meant I would pay 350 for a 2 year extension or for 150 more, no contract renewal. I decided to buy it outright and I left the store to do a ESN swap from my fiancee's phone.
     
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