Sprint is a Kansas-based telecommunications company that provides wireless services for more than 54 million customers. It’s considered the “big three” of U.S. wireless network operators and provides coverage over the 48 continental United States.
Like many cell phone providers, Sprint requires customers to sign contracts that you can only get out of if you pay an early termination fee. According to the Sprint website, “If you've entered into a one- or two-year contract and choose to terminate or cancel your service before your contract ends, you will be charged an early termination fee of up to up to $350/line for Advanced Devices & up to $200/line for all other devices.” This fee is prorated and calculated by taking the months remaining on your contract and multiplying it by $20 (for high-end devices). For all other devices, the prorated amount is calculated by multiplying the remaining months by $10.
Because people often need to cancel their mobile phone service due to emergencies, financial concerns, or issues with service, contracts can be a pain in the but. But, if you do not read the small print of the original contract, you have no way out but to pay.
If your contact is almost ending, wait until the end of your pay period and the follow the steps to cancel...
Your service should be canceled within 24 to 72 hours of cancelation.
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