Any way to avoid the $36 activation fee on Sprint?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mds, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. mds
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    Why people are eager to pay Apple whatever they charge, yet expect things for free from others blows my mind. I don't know anyone who works for free. I sure don't. If you want to scam the system it ends up raising our prices.
     
  3. macrumors 68000

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    I can't stand the "upgrade fee" that AT&T charges existing customers when they get a new phone. Why on earth should I have to pay that? I ask for it to be waived and have never actually paid it.
     
  4. macrumors 6502

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    If you have a college or workplace associated with Sprint, not only will they waive the activation fee, they'll give you a discount on your monthly service. I got 18% off because of my college
     
  5. mds
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    I'm not trying to scam anything. I've had this fee waived before and others here reported ways to have it waived. I've been a Sprint customer for 10 years and have paid them thousands. Sometimes they offer promotions or sometimes the fees are reduced if you order over the phone, web, in store, etc. I merely wanted to know if someone was aware of such a deal.

    Why is MacRumors such a hostile place? :-/

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    Thanks, I'll check this out.
     
  6. macrumors newbie

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    If u have a business account they waive the activation fee and u can upgrade very year:)
     
  7. mds
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    If you have employee discount, its will waive the activation fee.
     
  9. jjlannoo, Oct 11, 2011
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    If you have a employee discount, order thru your Sprint corporate discount site they give you a code for two invoice credits of $25 each. that more then pays for it. If your a new customer I think its waived that way as well


    This place does seem hostile often lol. I'm not tho and I've read many posts by people who seem nice as well.
     

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