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Get the iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 on Sprint Flex Lease

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Are you thinking of getting a new phone? Sprint has a few devices available under its Sprint Flex Lease. Some of the devices that you can get include the Apple iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S9, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

For a limited time period, the iPhone 7 is on sale at Sprint. You can get the device at a price of $7 per month under their Sprint Flex Lease. Apart from the iPhone 7, Sprint is offering both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 under the Sprint Flex lease program as well.

If you decide to get either phone, you can get the phone at 50% off throughout the lease. Instead of the regular $33 per month price, the Galaxy S9 is available for $16.50 per month. The Galaxy Note 9 is also available for $20.83 per month instead of $41.67 per month.

Sprint's lease program lets customers to lease the device as long as they like. After 12 months under the plan, subscribers can opt to upgrade to the latest model. Another option is to buy the phone after the 18th month by paying a lump sum amount or paying the balance over the course of six months. Meanwhile, if you are still unsure whether you want to buy the phone after the 18th month, you can just continue leasing it.

This promotion is available for new and existing customers but you will need to sign up for a new line of service in order to get the phone at that promotional price. The iPhone 7 offer is available until August 30, 2018.  The two deals for the Samsung devices will end on September 13, 2018.



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  1. Hmmm.....but $20.83/mo x 12/mo = 1/4 of full retail price for Galaxy Note 9

    This doesn't sound correct. Usually you would need to pay for at least 1/2 of the retail price before an annual upgrade, or has Sprint changed this? Cuz this is awesome if only paying 1/4 retail per year for latest & greatest model & upgrade each year. Well worth downgrading to Sprint :)

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    1. Exactly why sprSpr is doing this. It's an ideal situation. Very flexible options that are customer favorable. Enjoy Sprint while it's still around, once it's merged the TMO era will eliminate such favorable offers to customers. Say what you want Sprint disrupted the market and kept carriers more humble than they would had there been no Sprint to disrupt the charges customers would face.

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    2. True downgrade will be when Sprint is gobbled up by TMO and the monopoly/dictatorship begins, there will be no such thing as offers or deals or free phones/months etc, the customer will pay $60+ monthly or settle for no service with an overpriced Alcatel or Coolpad phone that crashes just from 2 text messages

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    3. The above scenario with the Coolpad and all that is pure imagination.

      The merger would definitely improve T-Mobile. It doesn't matter what will happen to Sprint, because at this time for the vast majority of people in the US Sprint is totally irrelevant.

      So because this merger will make one of the three viable huge carriers much better, it's definitely a big win for consumers.

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  2. iPhone 7 Plus is $12/mo. Pay $100 and you get the 128gb model of 7 or 7 plus. $200 gets you 256gb.

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