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  1. Stoney62

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    I have had my Moment since last November and have been expecting to be able to see whats available this November to decide what I want to upgrade to in the future. Sprint had the wrong number out of 4 as the primary number on my account. I have suspected that for some time but finally called them to have that corrected yesterday. No only did they fix that litttle problem for me, they also reset my account so I can upgrade immediately if I choose to. So the dilema I face is where and and who to upgrade with to get the best (lowest price) Lack of MIR if possible deal. Does anyone have a recommendation for me and if I should wait for a while for prices to go down even further to get my EPIC? Looks like my wife is going to get the Moment earlier than I expected.:D We have a BB, and Radio Shack(s) closer than the Sprint store.
     

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    Well, Amazon and Walmart are both selling the Epic for $199, so I'd be trying to get a Sprint store to work with you on the price. The folks I've been speaking with at our local Sprint stores keep telling me not to do anything until I've talked to them first. They are willing to work with me on the price of the phone, so I think if you approach it the right way (be courteous and friendly), you may get it cheaper than you think. :)

    On the flip-side, you will see that Walmart is also selling the Captivate and Vibrant for FAR less than anywhere else ($89 each, I think?) and they have only been out a couple months. I imagine the Epic will also drop in price in a couple months so if you can hold off for a while yet, you might save yourself significant money.
     
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    But both of them are for new lines of service? I've been extremely happy with my Moment and could probably wait for a long time to make it worth my while.
     
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    Yeah, those prices are for new lines unfortunately. Don't know if you could get them to do a deal for you or not. I'm glad to hear that you like your Moment, because my daughter may very well be getting a Moment or Intercept. From what I have seen, the Moment appears to be a higher quality phone even though it's the older of the two.
     
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    Yes, no comparison--The intercept is a scaled down version of the Moment.
     

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