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Try Sprint out for 30 days in a new customer satisfaction guarantee plan

Sprint 30 Day Guarantee

Commitment averse? Sprint may be tugging at your fickle heartstrings. In a new initiative announced on Friday, the Kansas-based telecommunications company is inviting potential customers to try out “America’s fastest LTE network” with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. That means that if your month with Sprint proves less than satisfactory, the company will refund you the cost of your device and associated service charges (including installment billing, lease, or early termination fees). 

It’s a big show of confidence for Sprint, whose self-assurance in the quality of their services has now manifested itself in this enticing offer for both new customers and eligible small businesses. After all, this is the company who achieved 212 first-place finishes in RootMetrics RootScore Awards for overall, reliability, speed, data, call, or text network performance in 125 metro markets — not too shabby. And better still for Sprint, Nielsen Mobile Performance Data suggests that their network is better than Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile when it comes to download speeds. If you’re already a Sprint user, maybe you already knew all this, but don’t worry — you too can take advantage of this deal by adding new lines to your plan.

“As I talk with wireless consumers across the country, they tell me over and over that a reliable network is the make-or-break factor in their buying decision,” said Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO. “Sprint’s 30-day satisfaction guarantee is giving consumers the opportunity to try us out worry-free and experience everything Sprint has to offer – our award-winning, super-fast LTE Plus Network, the best price for unlimited plans, and so much more.”

And to make joining Sprint even easier, the company is offering to cover switching fees up to $650 per line, promising prices that are 50 percent off “most AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon standard rate plans.”

So if you’ve ever been curious about Sprint, this may be the time to try it out.

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