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Sprint Offering Free iPhone 8 With Trade-In Offer

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Following last week’s announcement from Sprint that it would be offering 50% off an 18-month lease for the iPhone 8, the company has gone even further today by announcing that it will give trade-in customers a free iPhone 8.

Proclaiming “We simply won’t be beat by other national carriers,” Sprint’s new offer includes a free 64GB iPhone 8 (cost $699), when a new or existing customer trades in either an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus on the Sprint Flex plan. You can also still get the 50% off offer by trading in an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, or iPhone 6s Plus.

Sprint is very quick off the blocks here, making it the first carrier to offer a free iPhone 8 to its customers.

So basically, if you live in an area with good Sprint coverage, you could get a free iPhone 8 alongside the company’s other current great deal of five unlimited lines for $90, which is still available until October 31.

Source: Get a free iPhone 8 with Sprint’s upgraded trade-in offer
 

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How do you get this deal? When I log into my account and attempt to upgrade my IPhone 7 Plus, it still says I will be charged 33.xx a month.
 

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Now let’s hope sprint has enough national influence to force other American networks to do the same !
 

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Apparently, you have to own your phone. So anyone already on the IPhone Forever plans are screwed.
 

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Typical, and you thought it was going to be a great deal
 

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It might be worth paying off your phone if you have enough equity in it already?
 

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I would look into paying it off and then selling it on Craigslist.
 

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