I haven't seen this specific question asked, so I'm hoping that someone can answer it:
I currently have a Note II as my daily driver. I love it. It is outstanding. I also have an unlocked Sprint iPhone 4s specifically for when the family travels over seas, as I can just drop a prepaid phone/data card into it.
Looking to sell or trade my sprint iPhone 5S and 5C. Both are in new condition, with otterbox and screen protector. I got them on the framily plan and do not like sprint service in my area. I believe if I sell or trade, the ESN stays clear because I do not have a contract with them.
I'm looking to trade for two ATT or Tmobile, Iphone 5.
Wireless prepaid carrier Cricket Communications will offer Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone 5 starting Sept. 28, according to the company — one week after the smartphone is available to AT&T (NYSE: ATT), Sprint (NYSE: S) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) customers.
An interesting report on the U.S. mobile carriers was released yesterday by J.D. Power. Apparently, when consumers rank their overall satisfaction with their carrier of choice, it might be contingent on what phone they are using. According to J.D., iPhone users are very happy with Verizon Wireless and AT&T, but Samsung users rank Sprint and T-Mobile higher.
Considering that all iPhone 5S variants are at least $50, if not $100 more on an ATT contract vs. other providers it does beg the question whether ATT is purposefully pricing Apple out, or is ATT so big that people will pay whatever for the iPhone just to stay on ATT's network?
iPhone 5S 16GB $199 at ATT with 2-year contract
$149 at Sprint
$99 at Verizon
$0 at regional carrier
Sprint's Chief: iPhone Was Worth the Billions “You truly don't want to be on the outdoors,” Hesse stated, adding that the company had a lot of longtime consumers who stuck with Sprint on the assumption that the business would sooner or later get the iPhone. Speaking to a group of reporters touring Sprint … Read [...]