Walked in to sprint to switch my iPhone 6 Plus 64GB to a 6S+ 64GB and switch to the new iPhone Forever plan. I inquired about it back in September and was told that once I made my 10th payment on my lease, I qualified to switch. Pay a $50 early upgrade fee, turn in my phone, then be on the new plan with a new phone. I asked to do it over the phone, but was told it was an in-store deal only. Fast forward to today, where I can finally make it to the closest store - it's about 100 miles away. Everything's all good until the time of purchase. I was told that, effective YESTERDAY, I had to pay an additional $100 down payment, on top of the $50 early upgrade fee. The fee is apparently to any phone purchased with Sprint that is higher than the base model. It's one time only. Since I was getting a 64GB, I had to pay the fee. Even though I was already coming from a 64GB. The fee didn't apply to the 16GB. What the ****? Doesn't make any sense. They wouldn't budge, despite the fact that it started YESTERDAY, and that they denied me from doing it over the phone earlier (which they will let me do now, except with the new extra $100 fee). Anybody else run into this? It's outrageous. Unfair that they denied me from doing business earlier, and now sprung a 100$ charge on me when I could finally make it down.