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I get dropped calls and my signal usually is one bar so I should qualify for the Airave. People have said its free but when I called they said it was $99.99. So how is it free?

 

 

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I get dropped calls and my signal usually is one bar so I should qualify for the Airave. People have said its free but when I called they said it was $99.99. So how is it free?

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Ask to speak to a manager and "complain" nicely. Usually they can give it for free
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I get dropped calls and my signal usually is one bar so I should qualify for the Airave. People have said its free but when I called they said it was $99.99. So how is it free?

 

Take a screenshot of SignalCheck while you're roaming at your house, and show it to a manager at a Sprint store. That worked for a friend of mine.

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pretty sure they will only do it for free if you have 3-4 + lines on the account,  Also your "1 bar",  is that lte or your voice connection?

Got mine for free on a single line account. Talk to the right person will solve it.
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When I got mine I just told them very bluntly that I could barely manage 1 bar of service in my house and making calls were pretty much impossible and they gave it to me free of charge. I actually sent it back recently though as service has gotten a lot better, usually 2-3 bars now. :)

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When I got mine last year, they were able to look up how many dropped calls I had and sent one out after a 10 minute phone call. I didn't pay for it, but they told me if I canceled service I would get charged for it if it wasn't returned.

 

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