Now that the latest iPhones have debuted, it’s time for the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas — it’s cellular providers undercutting each other for market share! Sprint is the first one out of the gate, with a new promotion launching September 20 with the iPhone 5c. Customers who switch their phone number over to Sprint will get US$100 off any new phone, including the new iPhone 5c and 5s.
Given the 16 GB 5c model comes retails for $99 with a two-year plan, iOS fans looking to upgrade might want to start picking out their color. Here are the details.
Get up to $100 off any phone when you bring your number to Sprint. Save up to $100 on any phone when you switch your number to Sprint. That’s right, save an extra $100 on your favorite devices. Close this window to start shopping. All prices reflect the Bring Your Number Savings. Upgrades are not eligible for Bring Your Number Savings. The final price of your phone will be reflected on the device details page and in your cart.
Unlimited available on select plans. Excludes international and roaming. Prohibited network use and other restrictions apply. Activ. Fee: $36/line. Credit approval req. Early Termination Fee (sprint.com/etf): After 14 days, up to $350/line. Phone Offers: Offer ends 10/10/2013. Taxes and svc charges excluded. No cash back. While supplies last.
Port-in Instant Credit: Offer ends 10/10/2013. Up to $100 instant credit applied towards purchase of qualifying Sprint phone or smartphone. May require port-in from an active number (wireless or landline) and activation at time of purchase. Excludes tablets, upgrades, replacements, and ports made between Sprint entities or providers associated with Sprint (i.e., Virgin Mobile USA, Boost Mobile, Sprint As You Go and Assurance), all Corporate-liable and plans $10 or less. Other Terms: Offers and coverage not available everywhere or for all devices/networks. Restrictions apply. See store or sprint.com for details.
Sprint offering free iPhone 5c to carrier switchers originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Mon, 16 Sep 2013 17:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.