Sprint could implement prorated ETFs by year's end

Darren Murph
D. Murph|10.23.08

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Sprint could implement prorated ETFs by year's end
While the other big boys in the US have already enacted prorated early termination fees, Sprint has still been holding out on its promise to follow suit. In fact, we've been waiting nearly a full year for its talk to be walked, and according to a recent interview with CEO Dan Hesse, the change could be made as early as December. Unfortunately, that's hardly concrete, as he also noted that the implementation was reliant on its billing software being updated, and anyone in the corporate world could tell you that something such as this could slip back for eternity with ease. We hate to make you rethink your decision to ink that new Sprint contract on the very same day the Touch Pro is released, but maybe a little patience would pay off in the long run. Or not -- hard to say.

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