If you are an employee, please complete a verification form. We have people who say they are employees when they are not employees all the time. That is why we have the audit process in place. No one has any reason to believe that you are actually an employee without proof, because it is the Internet and everyone can say anything they want. At the end of a rental period, you must drop off your original rental equipment or an authorized replacement or purchase your device. If you place an upgrade order with a Sprint Business representative, Sprint terminates the current lease agreement and Sprint sends you a prepaid return kit to return the rented device or an authorized replacement to Sprint. If the leased device or authorized replacement is returned to Sprint within 30 days of sending the new upgrade device in good condition, Sprint will credit your account with the amount of the final purchase price of the option that Sprint debited from your account at the time of termination of the lease agreement. If you do not return the leased device or an authorized replacement or if the returned device is not in good condition, you will have to pay all remaining expedited payments, if any, and the purchase price of the option. When your rental agreement expires, a tax will be displayed on your invoice for the remaining purchase option price of your device, plus taxes. 3. Keep the device and extend the lease from month to month according to the terms of the rental agreement.

If option 3 is valid, your monthly payment is indicated in the message we will send you before the end of the rental period. If you pay a cost reduction activated at the beginning of your rental agreement or if you are subject to certain promotions or discounts, your monthly payment during the extended rental period may be higher than your monthly payment during the initial rental period. If you exercise your call option during the extended lease period, you pay the fair market value (FMV) of the device and not the POP. The fair value is at least the amount of the redemption. For example, Sprint currently offers the iPhone X on Sprint Flex for “half off” – or $20/month for 18 months. This is a good deal if you want to do it and upgrade constantly. In other words, someone who rents a phone has to pay $0 and has a bill of $70 per month. It gets to $1680 in two years. Someone who opts for Easy Pay has to pay $0 and $77 per month, which increases to $1848 over two years. Some who enter into a 2-year contract have a $199 advance fee plus a monthly payment of $85. This equates to 2239 $US in two years.

Customers can also update any device at an early stage by using Easy Pay and adding the Early Upgrade option. The option costs $10 per month. Customers must add the option of an early upgrade within 30 days of activating the rented phone. Once consumers have made 12 consecutive payments, they can return the phone to Sprint and purchase a new one. In other words, you get a discount on rental time – not on the final balance of the phone. Therefore, if you intend to purchase your device, only postpone the due date of these other 20 $US per month until the end of your flex term. Everything is clearly explained here: www.sprint.com/en/support/sprint-flex-lease.html#!/ Unlike any other major carrier that applies your monthly rental fee to finally own the device, Sprint requires that you verbally choose this option, otherwise the device belongs to them forever…