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  1. JDELUNA's Avatar
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    I was talking to a local Radio Shack employee here in Virginia Beach, Virginia off of Ferrell Parkway (She is very pretty by-the-way !! ) and she told me that 2 or 3 days ago, they were told by Sprint that a person could upgrade their current Sprint wireless phone to any of the new phones and only pay the SALE PRICE of the phone, no need to upgrade, etc. So I should be able to get a Treo 600 for $399. The only thing is that you must have that phone for at least 18 months to qualify, or what she means is that the ESN of that phone must have been in the Sprint network for a minimum of 18 months. To me it seems that Sprint wants to get rid of the older models that are no longer being made, supported, etc. and giving those people an incentive to upgrade. Does anyone know if this deal is true or not ???
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    The only problem is that the rebate is a mail-in rebate and not all the stores have the right forms yet.

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    I was told something similar by a Sprint store employee. My only question (which he could not answer) was whether I have to buy the phone in that store to get the rebate, or if I can buy it elsewhere (like from TreoCentral, for example).

    I assume I would buy it from TreoCentral as an existing Sprint customer, and pay $599, but then would I take it to the Sprint store to activate it and get my $150 rebate form, or do I have to get that form from TC?

    Anyone know how this works?

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