A couple of weeks ago Sprint introduced its device leasing program, and so far only the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been in it. Through this scheme, you're able to lease a handset by essentially paying Sprint a monthly sum as 'rent'.
Beginning today you can grab either smartphone through Sprint Lease and pay $20 per month for it. The lease goes on for two years, after which you have four options. You can give back your S5 or S5 Sport and lease another handset, you can purchase the S5 or S5 Sport you've been using, you can continue leasing it on a month-by-month basis, or you can return the device to Sprint and terminate service.
Like in the case of the aforementioned iPhones, if you're an existing Sprint customer and you choose the leasing option before January 15, 2015, you'll only pay $5 per month for the Galaxy S5 or Galaxy S5 Sport. The rest of the terms of the program remain unchanged.
If you damage the phone you will probably have to pay the rest of the price I believe and of course there will be a gap insurance to cover any costs for the company.
That's to be determined. What are the repercussions of damaging the phone that belongs to Sprint?
---top comment--- XD excelent program!!!