As expected, Sprint is joining other carriers with its program for early upgraders. Called Sprint One Up, it involves no down-payments and no finance fees. Instead, users will be asked to commit on a $65 per month plan that includes unlimited talk, text and data; as well as a monthly device payment.
At the moment, the program is only available at select stores, providing the Now Network users with the ability to get a new device every year. It is expected to be available on sprint.com and other channels soon. Check it out from this page at Sprint’s website.
Gefore I let you go, I had to add that other major carriers — including AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless — also offer similar deals for early upgraders. It’s worth checking all of them to determine which network has the most compelling offer for your unique needs.