Hello, I've been looking into the T-Mobile reimbursement promotion lately and it looks pretty good! I currently have an iPhone 6 on Sprint. I'm a little hesitant to switch from Sprint to T-Mobile. If anyone has switched, please let me know how your experience has been, coverage wise! Okay, so I've been researching, and I've noticed that the T-mobile reimbursement program has a few underlying details that I should pay attention before I fork out a lot of money... So T-mobile doesn't actually pay the ETF immediately?? I have to pay the ETF myself and then in 6-8 weeks, I will receive a prepaid card??? Also, I have an iPhone 6 that is leased by Sprint and the remaining balance on the phone is $410. In addition, the trade-in value for my iPhone 6 is $317 by T-mobile. SO, once I pay the $410, I will get a reimbursement, then the trade-in value ($317) will be added to my bill as a credit??? Thank you! I just wanted to make sure I understood all of the details before I am surprised with crazy hidden fees and charges once I finally switch carriers.