Leave your carrier, activate HTC EVO 4G (or other smartphone), get $125 Sprint service credit

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Even though the HTC EVO 4G already gives people plenty of reasons to ditch their current carrier, Sprint is now making the switch even more tempting to folks on the fence by offering them a $125 service credit to do it.

From now until April 16th, anyone who 1) transfers an existing number from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or another carrier to Sprint and 2) purchases/activates a smartphone like the EVO will get a $125 Valued Customer Service Credit (automatically applied to billing statement) after simply registering for the credit and sticking with Team Yellow for 60 days.

Sprint is still selling the EVO for an on-contract price of $199.99 and while other retailers offer it for less, the $125 credit brings the price of the phone down to $75 (assuming you didn't have to pay an ETF to your other carrier for breaking your existing contract, of course).

[Sprint via Engadget Mobile]
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