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    Yes, I did do a search.

    I remember reading about people that already had a contract with sprint and still were able to get a new phone with the discount, even though the discount is for new suscriptions. Someting about gettting a new number, then switching over or something to that effect?

    What was the work around?

    TIA. Matt
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    Originally posted by Burkhardi
    Yes, I did do a search.

    I remember reading about people that already had a contract with sprint and still were able to get a new phone with the discount, even though the discount is for new suscriptions. Someting about gettting a new number, then switching over or something to that effect?
    I know that most people get the fat deals because either (1) they are long time customers who Sprint wants to retain or (2) have a history of paying big contracts and are power users (ie. $100+ usage)

    I could be wrong, but I read about how power users get treated well... almost like being comp'd at a casino.

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    I'm currently not under contract (1 year expired in Nov). My bill is about $120/month with tax.

    I got no love trying to renew my contract and I've tried many, many times. Tried to get $$$ for signing a new contract and upgrading to a t600.
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    Thanks for the reply. I am not a power user, but I am a long time user, both cell and home. I assume to get the fat deal, you need to call Sprint,correct? I assume this due to the local Sprint stores that I have dealt with seem to be just plain sales, don't ask me any hard question type stores.

    I found a A-460 localy for $150, new.
    More then I wanted to spend, but less the the cheapes one that any PCS spore has. The pcs store says they are discontinued. I may try to ebay one for $50-75ish?

    Thanks,Matt

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