Starting today, you can trade in your current non-Sprint iPhone for the carrier's own model, and get at least $100 off when you sign a new two-year contract.
Of course, the limited-time offer also gets you Sprint's promise of capless data access for the device, and that's what Sprint hopes will be the real draw for fed-up Verizon subscribers.
CNET has contacted Verizon for a comment.
Plan rates and conditions change all the time, but throughout the turmoil, carriers typically protect grandfathered plans until the customer voluntarily upgrades to a new phone or rate. Now Verizon is reportedly planning to force a move to tiered pricing plans.
Many have remained skeptical about Sprint's ability to sustain unlimited data plans for data-hungry iPhone users, particularly for the next version of the iPhone, which is sure to include LTE capability at long last.