Sprint offers $200-350 to T-Mobile consumers to switch

Sprint offers $200-350 to T-Mobile consumers to switch

Sprint has announced interesting offers for T-Mobile consumers in yet another effort to increase its market share in competitive telecom sector. T-Mobile consumers can get anywhere between $200 to 350 in case they plan to switch from T-Mobile to Sprint.

Few months back, T-Mobile had offered trade-in for consumers shifting from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. T-Mobile and Sprint have witnessed increase in their subscriber numbers due to their aggressive marketing.

The current offer, starting today, will continue till April 9, 2015. For a currently activated and running T-Mobile smartphone, Overland Park, Kansas-based Sprint will offer a minimum trade-in of $200. To cover the cost of switching over to Sprint, consumers can avail up to $350 per connection under contract buyout option.

Sprint is the third largest wireless services operator in the United States. The company currently serves 55 million customers. Last year, Sprint bought back 3 million phones from customers. The company sold most of those smartphones as certified pre-owned handsets.

T-Mobile had offered ‘Smartphone Equality’ program under which the company said that it would not consider credit score of consumers while offering them discounts and handsets. Sprint had earlier tried to acquire T-Mobile in order to improve its position in the market.

Verizon had earlier informed that the company will not engage in price war with other operators.

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