Originally Posted by Konfuzion
Then why did you buy it? You know what's going to be much less affordable than your $100 per month? Your increased interest rates on anything you finance in the future since you jacked up your credit.
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Now, there's no need to start lecturing. Sure, ideally OP wouldn't be in this situation, but things happen (job loss, medical, personal), so let's just see if we can be more helpful.
OP, generally Sprint phones are difficult to move. There are people that go to janky 3rd party carriers, but this is annoying and difficult. No matter what, you'll have to end up paying the ETF with Sprint to get out of that contract. Otherwise, you'll have a mark on your credit (which is not worth the $2-300).
You could think about going with Ting. They have a BYOD program, but none of the new phones are in the program. Perhaps in a year it will be available.
Lastly, $100/mo. seems high for Sprint service. Are you sure you looked at all the plans and your options? I, personally, am in a family plan with some family members, and it ends up being about $55/user, subsidized.