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Port Sprint HTC One to Virgin

Discussion in 'Android Help' started by EazySteve, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. EazySteve

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    Any disadvantages I should be aware of? Will picture messaging work?
     

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    Sorry, Sprint will not let you bring the Sprint HTC One to Virgin Mobile.

    They restrict the phones to VM branded phones.
     
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    Any other Sprint network carriers that allow it?
     
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    Right now - none that I know of. Sprint doesn't let their MVNOs BYOD the new/high end phones.

    The best carrier to BYOD a Sprint phone to is Ting - they will take most Sprint phones, except for the newest ones. However you can currently buy a new HTC One directly from Ting and use it with Ting.

    I personally use Ting - any questions about them let me know. I can also get you a discount if you sign up :rock:
     
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    Yes, thank you. I just checked ting.com and interested.
     
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    Cool, I've been happy with them. :) The $25 off link is in my signature from my first post above, but I'll include it below to make it easier.

    1. Click this link to go to their site.
    2. Create an account.
    3. Buy a phone, or BYOD a phone they allow. List of phones you can BYOD to Ting.
    4. The $25 should be taken off a new phone, or applied to account credit if you BYOD a phone.
     
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