• Hotspot data limited to 10 GB a month per line.
• Rebate will be applied after two monthly invoices.
• Streams video at up to HD 1080p, music at up to 1.5mbps, gaming at up to 8mbps.
• MHS, P2P and VPN reduced to 2G speeds after 10GB a month.
• You may experience data deprioritization during congestion.
To sweeten the pot, Sprint is also waiving the activation fee right now.
The nation’s fourth-largest mobile network operator is making this no-contract deal available through June 30, so act fast.
How much can you save in a year?
The savings range from just under $1,000 a year to over $2,100 a year depending on how many lines you’re switching. Go online to Sprint.com/en/shop/offers/free-unlimited.html for full details.
Even though Sprint is taking aim at Verizon with this promotion, you can also switch over from AT&T or T-Mobile and get the deal.
If you make the switch, you’ll be eligible for a new Sprint phone after Oct. 1. But if you upgrade before that date, you’ll lose the free service plan.
After the one year of free unlimited expires, you’ll pay $60 a month for the first line, $40 a month for the second line and $30 a month for lines three, four and five.
FierceWireless.com reports Sprint won’t be aggressively marketing this campaign. With a deal this good, they hope news about it will go viral online and also spread by word of mouth.
Sprint already has the most spectrum among the Big 4 wireless carriers. So even though you could experience data deprioritization during times of congestion, the wireless carrier brings a lot of open airwaves to fill up before that would happen.
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