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Sprint offers 5 Lines Unlimited Data, Talk and Text (starting Today) for $90.......(Till 3/31/2018 after that you pay regular price of $190 +Tax)

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Starting today, when customers sign up for Sprint(S) they can get Unlimited Data, Talk and Text for $50/month for the first line with AutoPay, two lines for just $90/month; and the third, fourth and fifth lines of Unlimited Data, Talk and Text are FREE.1 When you do the math, it's amazing: A family of five will pay $90/month for five lines. [sprint.com]
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Here's how it Works
  • Sign up for Unlimited Data, Talk and Text with Sprint(S), with AutoPay, and get the first line for $50/month.
  • Add a second line for, say, a spouse, partner or friend, and pay $90/month total for two lines.
  • And then…for adding even more people to the plan – such as children, family members or close friends – receive lines three, four and five for FREE.
  • This offer is good for a limited time only. Go to www.sprint.com/unlimited [sprint.com], visit your local Sprint(S) store, or call 1-800-SPRINT(S)-1 for more information.
"Sprint understands the value of unlimited data to our customers," said Roger Solé, Sprint(S) chief marketing officer. "Customers do more with their phones every day and they want to use them without limits. With our new offer, you can sign up for a plan that allows you to surf and stream all you want and not worry about overage fees and charges. So why not use your wireless device to its full potential to enjoy things you love like Snapchat, social media, Twitter, watching video, texting and calling – all on our highly reliable network."
Switch to Sprint(S) – Better Value than Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile
Are you a Verizon customer trapped in an old "grandfathered" unlimited data plan? Verizon no longer even offers the opportunity to sign up for unlimited data – so now is your chance to get out of your old, expensive plan and save money with Sprint(S).
AT&T customer? AT&T only offers unlimited data plans if you sign up for DIRECTV® or U-verse® TV - with a minimum of $50/mo. If you're currently on an unlimited plan with AT&T, you could save up to $180/month when you switch five lines to Sprint(S).
T-Mobile customer? Sprint(S) has an excellent offer for you! This new unlimited offer, which is paired with our great, reliable network, could save you $90/month on your unlimited plan for a family of five, excluding taxes and fees.
Savings through March 31, 2018. After the promotional period is over, customers will pay the additional $10/month for first line, the second line remains at $40/month and each of lines 3-5 are $30/month – with AutoPay. With Unlimited Freedom, customers no longer need to worry about running out of data or surprise overage charges. Customers will enjoy unlimited mobile optimized streaming videos, gaming and music, and unlimited 4G LTE data for most everything else, all while on the Sprint(S) network.
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Last Edited by square.wave February 26, 2017 at 06:41 PM
This is one year only

So after 3/31/2018 for 5 lines, you pay $60+40+30+30+30= $190+ tax (requires AutoPay)

FOR NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY, existing are SOL.
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Do they charge taxes and fees on top of that?
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But it's Sprint...
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Very good price but sprint used to be terrible in terms of coverage and speed.
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So this is through March 2018, but 190 for 5 lines. 160 for 4 lines
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Very good price but sprint used to be terrible in terms of coverage and speed.

they have improved a lot. I am sprint customer and often I travel a lot to Asia and Europe for business. Use a lot of Free roaming data + text too and I never have a problem. More I see much improvement over years as I am with them for more than 10+ years. New network on 4G LTE is better and data speed is never been controlled by them as I am using more than 15 to 20 GB on my own line.


Hope this helps.
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From the Fine print (simplified):

From Now to March 31, 2018, you pay $90+tax for 3-5 lines (same price for 3, 4 or 5 lines). After 3/31/2018, you pay $90 for the first line, and then $30 for every line after that. So after 3/31/2018 for 5 lines, you pay $60+30+30+30+30= $180+ tax..
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How does tethering work with sprint?
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Sprint and auto-pay? Ha..no way as I always had to check for phantom charges.
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Look it all depends where you live. For me i only keep them because of how insane cheap my plan is. They are way behind Tmobile and the rest here but i called 1 day and told them i was leaving because of how bad it was here and that i could get a good deal from Verizon and the lady put me on a insane plan with 10 lines of service.

So check out how Sprint is in your area and after the 1 year call them up and raise heck about how bad the service is and you want to leave and they will give you a better deal. They hate to lose large accounts so for a 5 line account the person will try to help you if you talk to account services that is.

But it all comes down to your area as sprint is good in some places and sucks the big one in many places.

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How does tethering work with sprint?
You have to have a rooted phone or whatever just like with the rest. They do not care as long as you do not go crazy. But a rooted phone with hot spot or a app.
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From the Fine print (simplified):

From Now to March 31, 2018, you pay $90+tax for 3-5 lines (same price for 3, 4 or 5 lines). After 3/31/2018, you pay $90 for the first line, and then $30 for every line after that. So after 3/31/2018 for 5 lines, you pay $60+30+30+30+30= $180+ tax..

That really sucks. Thanks for your tip. I was about to pull the trigger.
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That really sucks. Thanks for your tip. I was about to pull the trigger.
You really don't think you can get that extended? I have been with sprint for 17 years now trust me call in after that year is up and say you want to leave as the service sucks and account services will extend it.
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its no contract so you could cancel some lines before they increase. Make sure the devices you lease/finance are payed off though
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