Sprint Follows T-Mo's Lead; Will Offer to Beat Competitors' Trade-in Offers

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  1. dgstorm

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    It looks like a race to the bottom between Sprint and T-Mobile. They are looking to see just how competitive they can be when enticing customers to switch to their service. Recently T-Mobile started offering to match and/or beat any competitors' trade-in offer for devices. Now Sprint has followed suit with an offer of their own.

    Here's a quote with the details,

    Source: Sprint
     
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    Isn't Sprint and TMobile trying to merge? Oh well, its still good competition and AT&T/Verizon are losing customers.
     
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    That deal fell apart. Fears that the feds would nix it seem to be the reason why. T-Mobile share holders still got paid because Sprint guaranteed a bunch of the money up front, regardless of the outcome.

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