The third largest telecom operator of the United States, Sprint had recently announced Sprint’s 30-days trial offer for the customers, which is starting 27th of June.
The trial offer is somewhat similar to the recently announced seven days test drive program of T-Mobile, but unlike the T-Mobile’s iPhone 5s bundled service, it doesn’t include any specific smartphone or and will be available for the activation of any smartphone, tablet of mobile broadband device. The condition of the offer is that the customer should buy any new smartphone from the Sprint, and should be a new user of the Sprint services. It means, the offer is not valid for the existing Sprint customers. In this offer, the customers will be able to use the Sprint’s any type of cellular services- mobile data, framily service, and many more.
Sprint states that if any new customer joins on or after 27th June, 2014 to the Sprint Network, and by any means is not satisfied with the Sprint’s service within 30 days, he will get a full refund, which is charged for the different services given to the customer within the time period of those 30 days. “We believe customers will be delighted with the Sprint retail experience, our customer service and the performance of America’s newest network, so we’re guaranteeing it,” said Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint, announcing a 30-day, risk-free trial offer. If you’re not happy with the service, Sprint will refund the cost of the device and waive all service and activation charges.
Earlier this week, Sprint announced that it had added 4G LTE to 28 new markets, totaling 471 markets overall with the service. The 30-days trial announcement was made alongside, trying to attract new customers towards the carrier, hoping it to take the company’s position even forward. Well, as the days will pass, we’ll see how successful does the Sprint’s 30-days trial offer goes, but its really impressive for now.