A little over a year ago, we wrote about this promotion Sprint was running of 1 year of unlimited service for free if you switch over from Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile. Well, its now November of 2018 and that promotion is still running!
Here’s what you get with the plan:
- Unlimited data, talk & text free for 1 year
- You get to keep your current phone and phone number
- No annual contracts – so you cancel at anytime
- Nationwide HD Voice; 4G LTE in more than 470 markets
- HD Streaming: Video streams of up to 480p, music up to 500 Kbps and gaming up to 2 Mbps. [Customers who use more than 50GB of data during a billing cycle will be de-prioritized during times and places where the Sprint network is constrained].
So what exactly will you be paying?
- You’ll have to pay $2.99 for each new sim card
- $10 for the sim cards to ship – will be shipped via overnight delivery – If you order by 2 p.m Monday to Friday, you’ll get it the next business day.
- You’ll be charged a $30 activation fee but you’ll be reimbursed that $30 within your 1st 2 months of service/
- You can enroll your plan in auto bill pay and receive a $5 discount per month, per line.
- You’ll be charged a monthly admin fee of $2; regulatory fee of $0.40/month and other taxes may apply as well.
- After 1 year if you don’t cancel your phone plan, you’ll be charged $60/month for your 1st line, $40/month for your 2nd line and $30/month for lines 3-5. But since there’s no annual contract or fees with your 1 year free plan, you can cancel at anytime during your free year.
How to get this deal?
- This deal only works if you port your phone and phone number from Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile [some other carriers as well]. You can’t get this deal with a new line of service.
- Not only must you switch from a competing company, your phone also needs to be compatible with Sprint. Eligible phones include most iPhones, Samsung Galaxy S7’s, 8’s & 9’s as well as several Google Nexus/Pixel phones, Motorola E4’s, G4-6 & more.
You can check your phone eligibility by clicking here and entering your IMEI number and cell phone number.
Click here for information on how to find the IMEI number for your phone.