Major US wireless carrier Sprint has decided to decrease its activation fees for new handsets to $30, and from now on will charge its subscribers at the point of sale. As reported by Fierce Wireless, Sprint has made the fees reduction within the last couple of weeks. Previously, the mobile service network provider priced its activation fees at $36.
Uh-oh, it’s back. The largest wireless carrier in America will soon be bringing back its activation fee for mobile devices. As reported by Droid Life, Verizon Wireless will indeed be reinstating the $20 charge that will cover for the cost of activating a new handset.
Major wireless carriers often incorporate activation fees on their smartphone plans, and subscribers who are not mindful enough sometimes find themselves surprised to discover that they are actually paying for some hidden charges.
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