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  1. #1
    O/Siris
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    H0useofz wrote:
    > I was wondering I maybe relocating to a place with no Sprint pcs
    > service. I was thinking about geting the free america plan but then
    > noticed that you can only use 50% of your min on this plan. Will
    > sprint let me leave or will I have to pay a fee?


    There's an alleged expert here telling you that there's nothing to be done.
    In short, that self-appointed insider is wrong. If you move to an area we
    don't cover with our native network, then we will let you out of the
    contract. Period. We might try to "save" you, and find some way to keep
    you on, but you most definitely *do* have the option to leave, without
    paying the ETF.
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  2. #2
    chrisngrod
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    Re: moving??


    If you're in the service you can drop almost any contract when you go
    somewhere. You can get out of a rent contract faster than you can
    blink your eyes :-). From what I was told if I get deployed I can keep
    the account alive and dormant for 5 bucks a month. That's not a lot
    when I'm overseas and not paying a dollar for anything else!

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  3. #3
    NYankee2003
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    Re: moving??


    This whole thread exemplifies Sprint's biggest problem. You get a
    different story every time you talk to a different person. If you put
    4 sprint policy makers in one room they'll come out with 5 policies.

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  4. #4
    TxsgrnTx
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    Re: moving??

    >Then you are very very wrong. You claimed I've insulted people who have
    >corrected your past misinformation. You know this is untrue, so when
    >challenged of course you back down.


    You certainly tried to insult me when I responded - you said my information on
    "moving" was why I was only at Sprint for 6 months and you said I "whined" to
    get the early term waived. It is very evident and you don't know what you are
    talking about and Osiris and I have the correct info - you can't stand to be
    corrected




  5. #5
    TxsgrnTx
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    Re: moving??

    > I never said you whined.

    Go back and read your first post to me - you said whined.

    >As for why you were only at Sprint for six months, I said the reason for
    >that is you claimed to give credit out freely against Sprint policy. Had
    >you stayed and continued, you would no longer be there, moving or no.


    The amount of my credits given were always within the limits allowed by Spring
    - I am sure you don't know about this but the amount of credit given goes to
    Team Lead on weekly basis - my stats were well within those limits. And do you
    even know the meaning of CSAT credits available? No, you don't - as to whether
    I would still be there - if I chose to be I would be - my stats and customer
    satisfaction scores were very high. You are such a no-it-all but you actually
    are a no-nothing-all.






  6. #6
    TxsgrnTx
    Guest

    Re: moving??

    >
    >I never denied using the word whined, try again.


    You are an absolute nut or you are need to take your meds - you have lied again
    - check Google your posts are archived.
    You lied once again



  7. #7
    25or6to4
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    Re: moving??


    NYankee2003 wrote:
    > *This whole thread exemplifies Sprint's biggest problem. You get a
    > different story every time you talk to a different person. If you
    > put 4 sprint policy makers in one room they'll come out with 5
    > policies. *


    'nuf said

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