Well, sort of. The carrier has recently unveiled a “new” policy called Right Plan Promise which is designed to give new customers a bit more freedom. Right Plan Promise, which sounds a bit more like a religious cult than it does a wireless plan, allows new Sprint subscribers to make changes to their account during the first 6 months of service without incurring the dreaded 2 year re-up. You are free to jump around as much as you want, trying out different plans and options without fear. Not too shabby. They’ve had a 3 month grace period for quite some time now, but the recent doubling to 6 months makes this a pretty attractive option. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, how about fixing your data provisioning issues, guys?