$70 Sprint Credit

Posted by Madison on October 23, 2009

Sprint customers get to cash in on this week’s Free Money Friday offer. Sprint is giving you $70 to renew your contract.

And why would you want to renew? Well, if you are a SERO customer, it’s a no brainer! Since there aren’t any plans around like it, I figured why not take the extra $70!

How to Get Your $70 Sprint Credit

  1. Login to your account at Sprint once you are at least 22 months into your contract.
  2. Use the contact us link, and select email us.
  3. Search for renew contract to get to the web form.
  4. Submit an email to ecare saying that you heard there is a $70 credit available to renew your contract and you’d like to do so.
  5. Select Plans, features, and services for the topic and Plan inquires for the subtopic.
  6. They will email you back within 24 hours to let you know if your account is eligible.

More About Sprint

SERO Customers. Almost two years ago, we signed up for the Sprint SERO service. You know, the irresistible one with unlimited data, texts, and 500 anytime minutes for $30 per month. It’s since been discontinued, but if you have it, you can renew your contract to keep it.

Phone Discount. Taking advantage of the $70 credit did not void our $150 available to get new phones. We’re still shopping for the phone since we missed out on the $199 Touch Pro 2 that was available last week. However, some people are now reporting that you might have to choose between the credit and the phone upgrade.

Credit for Each Line. My husband and I each got the credit for a total of $140 credited to our account. We only had to send one email.

Credit to slickdeals (via My Money Blog) for saving me $140 on something I was going to do anyways!

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Comments to $70 Sprint Credit

  1. thanks for the information great food for thought, its amazing how much we don’t want to account for?

    Calvin from immediate debt relief

  2. Thanks for the update. My wife and I are coming up for renewal soon, and we will be sure to lock in our contracts for another two years. Not sure which phones we will go with though… 🙂


    • I’m sure this is dead forum but for anyone who stumbles across it: I am a Sprint cust care rep. anyone can get and should be told by rep if eligible when the call the $70 renewal credit, BUT this credit is in place of your $150 upgrade savings. you can choose one or the other.$70 credit or $150 of cost of new phone when u upgrade. You CAN NOT DO BOTH. just wanted to put that out there, a lot of people read things like this online from non Sprint sites and don’t get ALL of the information and expect more than entitled and get angry at the rep. don’t hate the representative hate Sprint. just remember this if your one to cus and yell at a rep we don’t make the rules were normal people just doing what we have to to get paid.


  3. Here’s my problem, I am in a bit of dilema, I’ve had my Apple iPhone 3G for the past couple of years and it’s been fine. It is my understanding that Apple has a new software update coming out called OS 4 and it’s supposed to be adding some new features to the Apple iPhone. The problem is that I bought Verizon’s new HTC Incredible the HTC Incredible and it’s an incredible phone, way better than the Apple iPhone 3Gs, BUT I’m hearing that Apple is going to be coming out with a completely iphone altogether, and it’s supposed to be really nice but no one has any ideas as to when and Apple isn’t saying a thing. Should I keep my HTC Incredible, that I have 30 days to test and return if I do not want to keep it, or should I return it, keep my current 3G and wait for the release for the new iPhone- tough to to choose.

    Darwin Raus

  4. ok im getting pretty furstrated w/ sprint, been a SO CALLED GOLD CUSTOMER….., WHICH TO SPRINT I THINK MEANS …..OLD, WE DONT CARE,……we are having hardships right now, by goverment laws or ways of course not, we are the so called middle class, used to be, slowly becomming minorites in the good ol USA, i have severe medical BUT cant get on disability my husband makes 2.00 too much, sprint, well been going back and fourth a 2 weeks, been nice as can be, trying to work something out,….NO CAN DO, I HAVE TALKED TO 1,000 different employees, who ALL obiously need to be re-trained as they ALL SAY SOMETHING DIFFERENT…..anyways, been on fair and flexable plan of 300 anytime minutes, 300 text for 5.00, and unlimited data, 7.00,….well problem is add that up,….does it come close to 56.00..//NOOOOO, and they can pull ALL MY BILLS, ive never ever used the 300 min, nor he 300 texts, nor the data, and didnt even know about this SERO PROGRAM,……so they tell me, MY PLAN HAS BEEN GONE FOR SINCE 2007, really, bring my acc up its says fair n flexable,….guess im not gold im a peon, seems sprint is more worried about hooking new customers than the loyal,…..never ever been late, THEY TOLD ME TO GO TO VIRGIN MOBILE, WHY???? THEY OWN VIRGIN, & BOOST,….but ill NEVER BE IN A CONTRACT AGAIN,…..i cannot afford all the sneaky charges on my bill, sur charges, ex.,…..sooooooooo what the heck to do, i sure cant afford to break a contract that i know when i upgrade every year, it says 1 year extended, should be up this december of 2011, NOW THEY SAY NO 2012, but even if i go to VIRGIN WHO THEY BOUGHT, I STILL HAVE TO PAY 150, and pay for a phone, etc,….REALLY SPRINT, after you have an assurance program for lazyyyyyyy people that abuse the goverment………….what to do,…..isnt it a breech of contract, if i didnt know any of this, just found out 2 days ago,what part of if i dont, nor can afford the bill why try and push me to a 70 monthly plan, heckkkkkkkkkk no, HELPPPPPPP-0


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