Samsung’s flagship phones, launched last year, did not do well. Immediately after the release of Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+, the rumors of Galaxy had started as it was said to be the first device to feature latest and new technologies. As it is launched now, all the major carriers in the US are trying to pull the customers. To stop customers from buying the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge from AT&T or T-Mobile, Sprint has introduced Sprint Galaxy Forever Program. What is it about? Read on.
To retain existing customers and attract new ones, Sprint has come up with Galaxy Forever Program. What is this Sprint Galaxy Forever Program all about? If you are among the ones who cannot or do not want to buy Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge by paying a lump sum amount, then head for this program. It will be a 12-month lease program after which you will be able to exchange your existing phone and get a new flagship phone launched by Samsung.
Sprint has, on its Newsroom, explained the Galaxy Forever Program in details. Given below are the points listed by Sprint in the write-up:
- Beginning March 11, lease the latest generation of the Samsung Galaxy series at any Sprint store, sprint.com or 1-800-SPRINT1 and confirm that you wish to participate in Galaxy Forever.
- Make 12 payments on your Galaxy Forever Sprint Lease.
- Upgrade to the next Samsung Galaxy flagship device with a quick and easy return of the used device in exchange for the latest and greatest smartphone.
To make AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile customers switch to Sprint, the US carrier has also said that “Customers can switch to Sprint and get 50 percent off most AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon rate plans. In addition, Sprint will pay switching fees up to $650 per line.” What an excellent strategy, Sprint!