Cell Phone Carriers: Money Back Guarantee Comparison

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Sprint recently announced an improved 30 day ‘money back guarantee’ on new activations. You basically get virtually all fees associated with your phone returned to you, if you return your new phone within 30 days. You don’t pay activation fees, taxes, restocking fees, etc. Via Engadget.

If a customer isn’t completely satisfied, they can get reimbursed for the device purchase and activation fee, get the early termination fee waived, get a full refund for service plan monthly recurring charges incurred and get all associated taxes and Sprint surcharges associated with these charges waived. In addition, Sprint will waive the restocking fee for new customer exchanges as part of this policy.

They also provided a chart comparison the money back guarantees of the major cell carriers, which is informational even if it is obviously skewed in Sprint’s favor.

If you are thinking of adding a new line, don’t forget to see if you qualify for a corporate or student discount, often just using an e-mail address. Read the comments for more reader-submitted tips as well.

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