Back in October of last year, Sprint started offering its customers a leasing scheme for certain high-end smartphones. This started with the iPhone 6, but was then expanded to include both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy S5 Sport.
Sprint will lease you a G3 for $15 per month, and a Galaxy Note 4 for $25 per month. The prices are excluding taxes and fees, as you may have expected. When you sign the lease, if you're a "qualified customer" you'll pay absolutely nothing.
After 24 months of benefiting from such a lease, if you are "in good standing", you'll have four options. You could turn in the phone you leased and lease another handset, paying only its monthly lease amount. Or you could purchase the leased device, continue leasing on a month-to-month basis, or return the smartphone you leased (in good working condition of course) and terminate your Sprint contract when the lease ends.
It's your choice, naturally. Sprint says both existing and new customers can use the leasing scheme.
sprint really got us bad. We told them we would like to buy a lg ge a i pod 5 and galaxy 4s we paid 130.00 up front then got a text that we had to pay 230.00 so we went to a different sprint store instead og going back to the sprint kiosk, where we o...
Leasing the Note 4 would be ignorant when you can "install" for almost the same cost and own it after 2 years. Personally I think leasing any phone is ignorant since after the lease you have nothing and the monthly cost difference is minim...
Too expensive IMHO. 360$ total over 2 years for a G3 is fine, but 600$ for Note 4 over 2 years is ridiculous. You might as well buy it at full price at the beginning.