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By DeibyBoy, Junior Member on 18th June 2014, 08:08 AM
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If I have a sprint galaxy s5 with debts of another number and the account is canceled there will be a way to activate it with my number?

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18th June 2014, 12:41 PM |#2  
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If I have a sprint galaxy s5 with debts of another number and the account is canceled there will be a way to activate it with my number?

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Not on Sprint.

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If I have a sprint galaxy s5 with debts of another number and the account is canceled there will be a way to activate it with my number?

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Generally not until the debt is resolved.
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If I have a sprint galaxy s5 with debts of another number and the account is canceled there will be a way to activate it with my number?

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Kind of depends... if it was a subsidized phone, then you're out of luck... Since the account was canceled before the "upgrade eligibility" period came up, they still technically have legal control over the phone.
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It really depends on if Sprint flagged the ESN as a bad account.

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