It appears as though Sprint is getting ready to once again kiss two-year contracts goodbye. A new document from the carrier reveals that on May 24 customers will no longer be able to upgrade using a two-year pricing. The carrier will be pushing its phone financing and leasing programs as its main offerings, and of course you can still pay full retail price for the phone.
Sprint had killed off contracts in the beginning of the year, only to bring them back for existing customers. New customers were unable to make use of them, and now Sprint is making it so that no one can.
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