You get a free line, and you get a free line, and you get a free line!!
In Sprint’s latest push to haul in new customers, the yellow carrier announced a new Unlimited talk, text, and data plan that was $ 50 for one person, $ 40 for the second line, and $ 30 for each line after that. Well, lines three, four, and five just got a lot cheaper for a limited time. 100% cheaper, to be exact.
Sprint has been on a subscriber push as of late.
You’ve no doubt seen the commercials recently, featuring Verizon’s old “Can You Hear Me Now” spokesman. Those ads have been a bit of a hard sell, but a new plan from Sprint is hoping to lure in more new subscribers: $ 50 a month for unlimited talk, text and data.
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Sprint is taking on Verizon’s new 5GB for $ 55 data plan with a new offer of its own, in the hopes users will find it superior. The carrier has just announced that for four days only (limited promotion), new customers jumping onboard with Sprint will get Unlimited Data, Talk and Text for $ 50 per month.
Keeping in touch just got a little cheaper.
Verizon has a new plan option for people who make calls outside the U.S. dubbed Unlimited Together – World. The $ 15 monthly add-on provides unlimited voice calling minutes to landlines in over 70 countries and unlimited calling minutes to mobile numbers in over 40 countries. Additionally, rates are discounted for calls in over 160 other countries. Verizon’s VP of Marketing Rob Miller comments:
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