Sprint Has A New Offer That Verizon And T-Mobile Customers Cannot Refuse
Sprint Corporation just started a new promotion that will make their customers very happy because of a very good deal. The American telecommunications holding company is now offering an entire year of free service, that is unlimited data, call and text to all customers who switch to them and bring over a suitable phone.
The existing postpaid subscribers of other telecommunication companies such as Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile can still avail the deal of Sprint. In addition to that, as reported by The Verge, the mobile data plan also covers family plans of the registered user.
In addition to that, Sprint's offer has no contract involved. Meaning, an interested customer just got to pay a $30 activation fee up front and enjoy the unlimited offer. However, the payment gets refunded within two billing cycles and this is only for new Sprint customers.
"They're offering their hated network for nothing. Because that's what it's worth," said Verizon spokesman Jeffrey C. Nelson. According to Investors, as long as an individual sign up sometime before June 30, he/she will get a whole year’s worth of service that runs through July 31, 2018.
Sprint notes that the customers have to cover a SIM card, as well as pay taxes and fees each month. Also, the customer gets hit with other monthly charges if he/she turn off AutoPay or eBilling. Disabling both payment method will result in a recurring $7.99 payment each month.
The new offer comes as speculation heats up over a Sprint and T-Mobile merger. Sprint's new offering on unlimited plan includes the ulimited data, call and text, HD Streaming of Videos at speeds up to 1080p, music at up to 1.5mbps, gaming streams at up to 8mbps, unlimited 4G LTE data but deprioritization applies during congestion, and 10GB of high-speed data per line plus mobile hotspot, VPN and Peer-2-Peer use.
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