Switch to Sprint and receive a year of free unlimited talk, text and data (starts June 30th)
Today, Sprint has announced a spectacular deal aimed at getting Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T users to switch. If you're a postpaid subscriber on one of those three aforementioned wireless operators, port your number over to Sprint and bring your phone (more on this later). You will then receive a free year of unlimited talk, text and data. This even covers family plans as well. You have until June 30th to sign up for the deal and the free unlimited service runs up through July 31, 2018.
Not that there aren't a couple of caveats. First of all, the deal is available to new Sprint customers only. There also is a $30 activation fee that needs to be paid up front. However, within two billing cycles it is refunded. You need to agree to Auto Pay and eBilling. Failure to do do will result in a monthly charge of $7.99. And you are still responsible for a monthly SIM card fee, monthly taxes and other fees.
The phone you carry with you to Sprint must be fully owned. That eliminates handsets being paid off monthly. Additionally, the phones eligible for this deal include the Apple iPhone 5c and up (Verizon only), Google Nexus 5 (Verizon and AT&T only), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Motorola Moto E4, Moto Z2 Play, Moto G4, Moto G4 Play, Moto G4 Plus, Moto G5 Plus, Moto X Pure Edition, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8+. Or, you can click on the sourcelink and type your handset's unique IMEI number into the box marked "Check you eligibility" to see if you are able to take advantage of this deal.
After October 1st, you can upgrade to a new Sprint phone by leasing it or purchasing it in monthly installment payments. Upgrade before then, and you'll lose your remaining free months of service.
Speaking of the service plan, unlimited video is streamed up at rates up to 1080p, music is streamed up to 1.5mbps and games can be played at 8mbps. Subscribers also receive 10GB of hotspot data per line. According to Sprint, an individual with one line at Verizon can save $960 over the course of a year. That rises to $1,680 for two lines, $1,920 for three lines and $2,160 for a family of four Verizon subscribers.
If interested in this deal, click on the sourcelink.