I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for Sprint. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation
I’m always looking for a way to save more money – especially on things like cell phone plans. They can be so pricey – but it’s something so many of us rely on.
I’m super excited to tell you all about Sprint’s Save 50 Percent plan. When I saw it, I had to reread it to make sure I heard right. For a limited time, if you switch to Sprint, they are offering up to 50% off the many of the same plans that are available on T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T. If you trade your smartphone in when you switch, you’ll get up to $650 per line to cover switching costs.
If you’ve been thinking about switching providers, NOW is the time. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a deal this good. When I went over to the site and put in our provider and how many lines we had, it really did offer me a similar plan that was significantly cheaper.
Over the past several months, I’ve had the opportunity to review several Sprint devices and their 4G LTE service. I’ve taken the phone on long road trips, through the mountains, and their service outperformed my current provider – by a long shot. With the release of their LTE Plus network, their speeds are out-performing Sprint and AT&T, which is quite impressive.
I’m sure most of us are still recovering from spending money over the holidays, so if you really want to save some money, be sure to check out these plans. You have to sign up by the 7th of January (I know, short notice, sorry!), but you’ll have that rate plan until 2018!
To make the switch a little easier, we are giving away two awesome devices from Sprint – a HTC One A9 or an HTC Desire 626S. These are both excellent Android-powered smartphones that would be a great way to start out on Sprint! Just head on over here and enter!
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