I figured out a plan to get a free iPhone 6. It uses loop holes but it's not technically dishonest or illegal. First off, I am on Sprint and am not currently eligible for an upgrade. I have an old AT&T iPhone 4 sitting around that is in good condition. My plan is to start a new line of service on contract with Verizon. They are running a promotion that gives $200 for a trade in on an iPhone 4. I would then put myself on the lowest cost plan which is $48 per month after my work discount. Then I will switch to T-Mobile and have them pay the ETF on the line. T-Mobiles terms require you to trade in a working phone and purchase a new phone on their network. I have purchased a cheap verizon flip phone on craigslist. I will trade that in and purchase the T-Mobile 768 which is $72 outright and cancel the T-Mobile service as soon as I am able to which I assume to be about a month. Lastly, assuming the verizon phone won't work on Sprint, I would attempt to trade the verizon phone for a sprint one. This shouldn't be hard as the verizon phone is unlocked and therefore more valuable. So this isn't technically free but much cheaper than buying a phone outright. Does anyone know how long the T-Mobile line needs to be active before I can cancel it and still receive the EFT reimbursement?