Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Sunday February 28, 2016

Sprint Resurrecting Two-Year Wireless Service Contracts

This news comes only weeks after Sprint terminated two-year contracts. The company’s original plan was to kill contracts back in 2015, but now it seems that they’re doing a complete reversal.

Indeed, Sprint's website this morning shows four options for customers to buy a new phone: They can lease devices, pay for them in monthly installments, ink a 24-month service contract, or pay for the full price for the gadget. For example, Sprint is selling the 16 GB iPhone 6s under a leasing model ($26.39 monthly), an installment model ($27.09 for 24 months), a contract model ($199.99 through a two-year contract), and full price for $649.99.