One Year of FREE Unlimited Data, Talk & Text By Switching to Sprint (New Customers)

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Is your cell phone bill out of control?

Through January 30th, head on over to where new Sprint customers can score FREE Unlimited Data, Talk and Text for one FULL year – that’s over $800 worth of savings! Even better, you can still keep your current eligible phone and phone number PLUS there are no annual contracts or activation fees!

This offer is valid for new Sprint customers only that are currently Verizon or AT&T customers and have an eligible device.

Note that you will need to order a Sprint SIM Card for $2.99 either in-store or online (to save on the $10 shipping cost, you may want to grab one at your local Sprint store) and you will be required to use Auto-pay.

These savings are valid through 3/31/20 and then you’ll pay $60 per month for the first line, $40 for the second line and $20 for each additional line (up to five phone lines).

Confirm your phone eligibility simply by heading over here and clicking on the “Get Started” button.

(Thanks, MrHelpful!)

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Comments 35

  1. Sher

    Would it be free for all four lines in my family plan?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Sher! When you click through the link above to then click through the “Get Started” button. You will be able to check up to 5 lines. Hope that helps!

  2. Amanda

    Not T-Mobile?

    • Garfield

      They are merging therefore they are no competitors.

  3. hoolie

    it says my device is not eligible i have an iPhone SE through ATT any suggestions?

    • m

      maybe your phone is still under contract?

    • Taylor S

      If you still owe payments on your phone, it will appear as “locked” so youll have to pay off your phone first before your carrier will let you switch.

    • Mei

      I had a problem last year due to the type of phone. I actually ended up selling my iPhone and buying a Sprint-only iPhone 7 on eBay. I still saved!

    • Melissa

      I had so, so many problems switching from AT&T to Sprint. In essence, even if your phone is paid off, AT&T still needs to “release” it so Sprint can claim it. This seems super simple, but AT&T’s customer service is terrible enough as it is— when you’re not even a customer of theirs anymore they literally couldn’t care less. I had to call at least 20 times requesting for them to do this and each time they kept insisting I still owed x y or z until continually I proved them wrong and at the end of every call they assured me it was all taken care of… nope. All the headache was worth it though because we got a great deal with Sprint and now we have unlimited everything for just $40/month for 2 lines.

  4. Christine

    I have T-mobile 😖

  5. Lavinia

    It states the discount only applies until 9/30/19.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! I still find that this offer will last for 1 year. Hoping that helps!

  6. Kristy

    I have sprint and I hate it. I never get service at home and certain spots where I should have service

    • Tc

      I love sprint. I’ve never had issues with it in 15 plus years.

    • Ang

      Kristy where do you live? Just wondering for coverage.

      • Kristy

        Southern California.

    • kayti

      Same in parts of Ohio

  7. Maya

    Sprint is the worst! Just sayin…

  8. kassandra

    Personally i have had sprint over 10 years but i choose them because they are cheaper for what they offer. I get unlimited everything for a cheap price and the service is better the metro which is the next option for me. Now a days its not about best service because they all suck now but whats worth the price you pay.

    • Carol

      I switched to metro from Sprint. Have been a Sprint customer for 8 years and after my phone of 2 years stopped working they would not offer a promotional phone price. Went in to get the 19 dollars a month plan and was told only for new customers. Asked the worker if there was a better deal than paying the 35 a month for it and she said yes get a cheaper phone. Buy out for the galaxy 9 was over 700 when in metro I could buy it for around 500.

  9. Rita

    Wonder what deal they offer after 1 year?
    Do you have to sign a contract more than 1 year?

    • Mei

      No, it’s a one-year contract. I did this deal last year!

  10. Beth

    I smell desperation…

  11. A

    Boo to sprint. Had them for 2 years and didn’t get coverage. Live in the city so shouldn’t have issues. Switched to Verizon. Yes, much more expensive, but I have never had a single issue. My brother switched from Verizon to sprint to save money and instantly regretted it. Also, sprint isn’t all that cheaper. They keep raising prices and I think they may have finally caught up cost wise to Verizon with inferior results.

  12. Evan

    I wonder if this has free minutes after 7pm.

    • C

      It’s unlimited why would they have free minutes after 7.

  13. Jacqueline

    I switch my 5 lines to Sprint. I got this plan for everybody under my account. But I don’t recommend them for many reasons. They have horrible customer service. Unlike other carrier, you can’t use the internet while talking on the phone. And I have poor signal all the time.

  14. Eri

    I have this free plan which ends up costing me a little under $3 for unlimited everything. The only bad connection I have is when I’m in the basement or underground garage but otherwise no issues.

  15. Kim

    I had Verizon but had to switch since I had a line on my dads account. AT&T is horrible, terrible coverage basically everywhere.. would have no service at work had to leave the building to the middle of the parking lot to make calls. So frustrating.The data was ok. One line cost me $90. I had to pull coupons on my moms phone that has MetroPCS service. She had better coverage than me!
    Long story short I switched from AT&T used the same iPhone 8plus and got an iPhone 6 for my son with unlimited everything even data. I paid $120 that day I signed up, and will be paying around $85 a month. Great service everywhere and data is fast. So happy.

  16. Taylor S

    We did this deal when they ran it back in August and we are so pleased!! We had ATT, and the phone service is comparable and the customer service is great. Please keep in mind though that if your phone is not currently paid off, youll have to do so or your current carrier wont let you switch (what we did, you make your $$ back pretty quick though!). You also are unable to switch phones for 4 months, but then you are free to do whatever. We have been ATT customers for over a decade and are not disappointed with Sprint– if youre on the fence, do it!

  17. KR

    I just got Mint, they are $15 per month unlimited everything, with 2G high speed data, if you pay yearly. They run on TMobile towers, fantastic customer service so far.

    • Rosie

      KR, did you purchase a phone through them? Or bring your own?

  18. Jenny

    No one ever pays to switch from US Cellular. Boo. Any deals for Google Fi?

  19. MrHelpful

    YaY My submission was published 🤗 I changed to Sprint on this device from AT&T a couple weeks ago & now I get MUCH better phone coverage at home. I don’t recommend going in store for the Bring Your Own Device SIM card. Just have them next day ship it to avoid the headache.

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