Earlier today we learned that Sprint will be upping its early termination fee to $350 on September 9th, but another leak has revealed that that's not the only big change in store for Now Network customers. The folks at Android Central just got their hands all over the latest edition of the Sprint Playbook, which reveals that the carrier will soon be increasing its upgrade fee, axing one-year contracts, launching a new Android-powered Kyocera handset, and prepping for a new customer rewards program. There's a lot of details to go over, so let's break it down bullet point-style:
Certainly there's some not-super-awesome news contained in this leak, like the fact that Sprint will soon stop offering one-year contracts, but the good news is that we've learned all of it ahead of time so that customers have the opportunity to prepare for the changes. Another upside to this leak is Sprint's new Rewards Me program, which could end up being great for folks that aren't happy unless they're rocking the latest and greatest hardware. What do you all make of the numerous changes coming your way, Sprint folk? Go ahead and tell us all about your excitement, anger, indifference, hunger, or whatever else you may be feeling down in the comments below. We're all ears!
Via Android Central