The communications war in United States gets bigger and fiercer as the top four wireless carrier relentlessly companies ekes out promotions, gimmicks and even tactics just to turn the table on their favor.
Wireless carrier provider Sprint has just launched a sweet deal that will deal stinging blow on its chief rival T-Mobile. Sprint is dangling out a deal that will entice T-Mobile customers on its fold by trading their mobile device in exchange for cool cash that ranges from $200 up to $350.
The trade-in offer is especially built for countering T-Mobile’s most recent aggressive drive to lure iPhone users from its rivals.
T-Mobile had earlier made a bold forecast that it will overtake Sprint and eventually collar third position in the wireless carrier market this year. But Sprint is definitely not happy with it and seemed ready to dig further on its war chest to fend off T-Mobile. Last year, T-Mobile has rolled out a campaign and vowed to better any device trade-in offer from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. The drive was probably aimed at Verizon and AT&T, the top two carriers in the US that provides more expensive mobile phone plans and it appears like seems Sprint is quite affected with it.
Sprint’s new fangled trade-in contract can also be integrated with its standing offer to buy customers out of their current contracts. The carrier also s that its unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data plan is cheaper by monthly rate of $20 a month than what T-Mobile offers,
Last year, Sprint has purchased back not less than 3 million mobile handsets, and the bulk of which are confirmed pre-owned devices. This Sprint offer is expected to unfurl on April 9, 2015.