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    If you are out of contract on sprint, can you get the "new customer" price on a phone?
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    Still gotta be eligable for the upgrade. You could cancel your line and start a new one, but you would lose your cell number.
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    But if you just switch to any of the family share plans and get the new phone on the new line, you get the new customer price. Then, in 30 days, you can switch the new device to your old phone number. So if you have someone in your life that you don't mind sharing a phone plan with, this could be a good way to get a new phone for a new customer price.
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    I mean if you wait for your 2 year contract to be up, not using the " Terms of use change" contract break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk3lleton View Post
    If you are out of contract on sprint, can you get the "new customer" price on a phone?
    Yes, that what I did to get my Hero in Oct.
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    Cool! Looks like I'll be waiting the extra 2 months.

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