Sprint may start offering free Hulu service to unlimited customers


It looks like Sprint plans to take on T-Mobile and AT&T with a special offer for its customers. After the two carriers announced their unlimited customers would get free Netflix and HBO, respectively, Sprint now has similar plans regarding the offering of free streaming service to consumers.

According to an internal note from Wave7 Research, Hulu streaming service will be provided for free by Sprint to all unlimited customers.


If the information is accurate, Sprint unlimited customers will soon get access to Hulu's limited-ads tier, which offers a streaming library of movies and TV shows, along with original content. The promotion that Sprint is supposed to kick off soon will not include HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and “no commercial” service, which will come as add-ons.

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