Sprint’s popular, $125 move your number credit is still being offered online at Sprint.com, telesales and some select Sprint stores. The skinny on the deal can be found on the Sprint website – but we’ve pasted it below just for good measure.
“Just bring your number from another carrier to Sprint and activate a smartphone, like the Samsung Epic™ 4G, on a new line between 5/4/2011 and 10/1/2011 and we’ll give you a $125 service credit. Not ready for a smartphone? We’ll give you a $50 service credit when you port your number from another carrier and activate one of our other phones. Either way, you win.
$125 service credit per line for each smartphone, netbook, notebook, tablet and mobile broadbrand device
$50 service credit per line for feature phones and Sprint Phone Connect (when available)
How to get your service credit:
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Transfer your eligible number to Sprint between 5/4/2011 and 10/1/2011. Doing this online is easy � we’ll ask you for your number when you checkout.
register for your service credit.
That’s it! You can expect to see your service credit as a lump sum within the adjustment summary section of your invoice. It will be labeled as “Valued Customer Service Credit”. The service credit will be applied to the first or second invoice following the 61st day after the eligible port-in activation as long as you registered for your service credit within 72 hours of the port-in activation date.
If you activated a new phone, brought your number to Sprint but have not registered for the credit please Register for your service credit.
If you activated a new phone, brought your number to Sprint and registered for the credit more than 60 days ago, you can check the status of your credit online.
Requires two-year Agreement.
This offer is available online, via Telesales and in participating Sprint Stores.”
So, if you are in the market for an unlimited data plan and a great smartphone selection, this might be the last opportunity to get at least the plan from Sprint before the LTE rollout and tiered data becomes a reality.
More details can be found at http://www.sprint.com/landings/portcredit/?INTCID=TSC:DeviceDetail_050411_PortIn