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Buy Sprint Phone Online Pickup In Store UPDATED

The "Uncarrier" is finally adding a feature to its online and telesales orders that Verizon and AT&T have had for a while: offering order pickup, device trade-in, and returns at your local T-Mobile store. This change will likely be a blessing for T-Mobile subscribers across the country.

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As announced on Reddit, T-Mobile customers will soon gain access to in-store pickup, returns, and trade-ins when buying online (via XDA Developers). It's something Verizon and AT&T have long offered with their own brick and mortar stores, so it's unsurprising to see the "Uncarrier" expand its offerings as well.

Store pickup and in-store returns sound pretty straightforward. If you order a new smartphone online, you can opt to head to a local T-Mobile location to pick it up, rather than having to wait by the door patiently for an eventual arrival. In-store returns will allow online customers to bring in unwanted devices within the standard 14-day window without shipping them by mail.

As promising as it may sound for current T-Mobile customers, it sounds like employees aren't satisfied. The announcement thread on Reddit is filled with workers frustrated about the move, citing store wait times as long as two hours without the added influx of online shoppers. Commission also seems to be a point of contention, as employees will be faced with sending a frustrated shopper out the door with their phone still in the box or spending time setting up a phone with a buyer who isn't earning them any sales.

Now, T-Mobile is offering in-store services for your online orders. For starters, when you order an item online, you have the option to pick it up at a physical location. This is a great option for people who want to reserve a device to pick up later.

Next, there are now trade-in options for online orders. You can order your new phone online and initiate the trade-in once your data is transferred. Typically, you would order a phone online and send your old phone through the mail. However, this method is definitely for people who want to save time and get that new phone as soon as possible.

Last, but not least, customers who order items online now have the ability to return their devices in-store. Usually, you would have to send your device in through the mail to return it. When you complete your order, you will have a 14-day return window.

Bachelor's and master's regalia will be available in-store at the MSU Union beginning April 3. Store hours for the rest of the Spring semester are 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, and noon-5 p.m. on Sunday. As an alternative, in-person regalia purchases will be available at the Kellogg Center in rooms 104/105 AB April 5-7 and April 17-19, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Regalia is also available online for shipment.

The plan is available at Sprint stores, Sprint's website(Opens in a new window), by calling 1-800-SPRINT-1, and at Best Buy or Target. Customers also can get their new phone delivered and set up for free with Direct2You.

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