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Just one week after phone carrier T-Mobile announced its seven-day trial run, competitor Sprint is rolling out a marketing ploy of its own. If a customer is dissatisfied with the service before the 30 days are up, Sprint will refund the cost of a new phone and all service fees. In comparison, T-Mobile’s deal grants customers a seven-day trial period — a new iPhone 5S included — without having to leave their current carriers.

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