We watched as T-Mobile introduced the JUMP plan which allowed users to upgrade their smartphone once a year, followed by AT&T and Verizon. A couple of months have pasted and we have heard nothing from Sprint. Based on a leaked image it looks like that might change very soon as Sprint appears to be prepping their own early upgrade plan for its users. Not only is Sprint getting ready to unveil its own early upgrade program but the carrier claims that it will cost you less than any other carrier’s early upgrade program.
Based off of the image that CNET leaked pertaining to the Sprint “One Up” program, the carrier is claiming that purchasing a $650 phone on said contract with an unlimited plan would save you $220 compared to T-Mobile’s JUMP program and $500 less than AT&T’s Next program. Just based off of the leaked image we seem to know almost every little detail about Sprint’s upcoming One Up program so we foresee a very short wait before the official announcement of the plan from Sprint themselves.
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