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ETF & Getting a good transferable ESN

Discussion in 'Sprint' started by Bkebbe, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. Bkebbe

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    Let's say you buy a nice new smartphone. Then after a few monrhs you find that network
    enhancements fail to happen. So you go early termination.

    If you pay the $350, then do you fully own that phone and get a good saleable ESN?
     

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    As far as I understand, yes. But you may want to confirm that with someone who knows 100%.
     
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    From what I have read, yes. I can not speak from personal experience though.
     
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    AFAIK, ESN only goes bad when reported stolen or lost.
     
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    This. That's what sprint had told me before, also.
     

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