Beginning on Monday November 12th, Sprint will allow users to alter their contracts without getting locked for another two years. The new kinder-gentler Sprint also plans to implement a new prorated early termination fee (ETF) policy sometime in early 2008. So if you plan on jumping ship early (I wouldn't blame you) or making some changes, be patient. [Sprint]
Sprint Allows Users To Change Plans Without Extending Contract
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