Existing Sprint customers who signed up under two long-running deals are about to get a very unpleasant new years' shock. The "Unlimited freedom" and "50% off" deals, which have been running for two years, are ending this month, which...Show More Summary
The companies also plan to soon offer Sprint unlimited customers the option to upgrade to Hulu's new Live TV plan, but have not yet announced pricing for this add-on.
Sprint and Hulu today said they've partnered together so Sprint customers can enjoy access to Hulu's content for free. New and existing Sprint Unlimited Freedom subscribers can add Hulu at no extra charge. Hulu has three services tiers:...Show More Summary
Sprint's promotion helps the carrier keep pace with T-Mobile and AT&T, which offer plans that include free subscriptions to Netflix and HBO, respectively.
Sprint has launched its answer to T-Mobile's free Netflix offering and AT&T's free HBO. It took the Now Network a couple of months to cook up a response, but it's worth the wait if you're a Hulu fan and have been thinking of signing up for a Sprint subscription anyway. Show More Summary
The promotion officially begins on November 17. There are a lot of trends that take place with wireless carriers, and one that we've been seeing this year is the move to include a streaming service for free with unlimited plans. AT&T...Show More Summary
Hulu's subscriber base is about to make a big jump. Beginning on Friday, all subscribers to Sprint's "unlimited freedom" plan can sign up for free access to Hulu's "limited commercials" plan, which usually costs $7.99 per month. This is the second time this fall that Hulu has partnered with another brand to, essentially, offer its...
Bundling third-party services into a wireless carrier plan is certainly starting to become a trend, and Sprint doesn’t want to miss the bandwagon. Announced today, Sprint has confirmed that it will be bundling the Hulu’s Limited Commercials service with its Unlimited Freedom plan. The offer will be available for both new and existing [...]
As had been rumored this week, Hulu and Sprint today announced that Hulu’s service will now come bundled with Sprint’s unlimited wireless plan. Starting on November 17, both new and existing customers of the Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan will gain access to Hulu’s Limited Commercials service – the on-demand TV streaming service offering access to thousands of TV shows… Read More
If you're in the market for a new device, the LG G6 is still one of the best Android phones you can buy right now. If you sign up for Sprint's Unlimited Freedom Plan you can snag the awesome LG G6 phone for half off. With zero down for...Show More Summary
Sprint may not be winning the carrier game, but they sure offer some great deals. Looking for reasons to go with this network? How about a free line?
Unlimited data plans have seen a major resurgence in the United States recently, and Sprint restructured some of its options earlier this month to better compete with the competitors. Now Sprint has announced a limited time promotion that can see new customers pick up a fifth line of service at no additional cost. [...]
For a limited time, Sprint is offering a 5th line of unlimited data to families on an Unlimited Freedom plan. Specifically, this promotion is for those who are new customers that activate four lines via Unlimited Freedom, then receive...Show More Summary
Sprint today made it more affordable for large families to enjoy its Unlimited Freedom service. Moving forward, the fifth line added to an Unlimited Freedom plan will be free. Sprint charges $50 per month for a single line of unlimited data, talk and text. Show More Summary
Sprint will phase out plans with data allowances for unlimited data plans. To kick things off, new Unlimited Freedom customers will pay $50 for one unlimited line until mid-2018.
Not that you can keep up, but Sprint changed its unlimited plan offerings once again. They do this every month or so by tweaking the pricing slightly and extending out the promotional period before your bill skyrockets. It’s odd, but it’s also very Sprint. Show More Summary
A complete breakdown of Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan and everything else you can get when you sign up for service. In the United States, there are a lot of companies that can get you and your phone online, but most people use one of the four biggest: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Show More Summary
Verizon and T-Mobile aren't the only U.S. mobile networks with new "unlimited" data plans trying to win your hard-earned money. Sprint, the fourth largest carrier in America, announced on Thursday a new "Unlimited Freedom" plan thatShow More Summary