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insurance: evo 4g lte to one x?

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23rd March 2014, 03:56 PM   |  #1  
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I think I read here several months ago people were able via insurance (Asurion) to get a One X replacement for their dead/dying evo 4g lte, but my search hand had failed me.

is this(still) the case?

are former E4L users digging the one x?

any other thoughts?

thanks...

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23rd March 2014, 04:07 PM   |  #2  
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Do you mean the HTC ONE or the One X? It can't be the latter as Sprint does not have the One X in their network of phones.
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Originally Posted by atlmtnbiker

I think I read here several months ago people were able via insurance (Asurion) to get a One X replacement for their dead/dying evo 4g lte, but my search hand had failed me.

is this(still) the case?

are former E4L users digging the one x?

any other thoughts?

thanks...

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Assuming you mean HTC One, alas that "deal" is gone. I've gotten my EVO replaced 3 times in the last month because Sprint keeps on giving me bad EVOs. I tried to have them give me another refurb phone, but they won't do it. Now my current EVO does not have working bluetooth and apparently I've reached the maximum number of times you can get a replacement with TEP so I'm stuck with this even though it's completely their fault.

Sorry about that rant, but I've looked at the phones they will replace the EVO with and they are: LG Viper, Motorola Photon, and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The only decent phone is the Galaxy Nexus, but that too is aging.
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