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Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by vicken, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. vicken

    vicken Junior Member
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    I had Sprint service and my 2 year contract was up in December 05. I cancelled my service with them beginning of this month and ported my numbers over to T-Mobile. I want to cancel t-Mobile and go back to Sprint.

    Would I be considered a new customer with Sprint if I go back? Would I be able to order my phones and service from the Sprint web site?

    Thank you for your responses ahead of time.
     
  2. larry

    larry Sprint loyalist and former mod
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    Yes you should be considered a new customer with Sprint and should qualify for all the good deals.
     
  3. vman51

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    isnt there some 60 day rule to be considered a new customer..id check with sprint's CS if i were u
     
  4. mmafan

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    Yeah I think your right, but check to make sure
     
  5. AnthroMatt

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    I don't think you will be considered a new customer for at least 3 months, if not 6. You can still sign up though. You kept your old phone right?

    It's possible you might be able to get a discount since you have only been away for 3 weeks...maybe they will just reactivate your old account and you might be eligible for your normal 2 year upgrade?
     
  6. Andy

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    That's what I thought too; maybe that's how it used to be?
     
  7. mykie

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    New customers and renewing customers are pretty much the same thing in Sprint's eyes. You'll still get the $150 discount on new phones, and still get zapped the $36 activation fee per line.

    You might be able to argue the $36 activation fee, though.
     

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