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Sprint promotion - Service for half price to Verizon and AT&T customers

submitted on December 3, 2014 by YanBz in "Sales / Promotions"
Sprint is getting serious about luring customers away from Verizon Wireless and AT&T.

Under the plan, Sprint will provide unlimited talk and text to anywhere in the U.S. network, while matching the data allowance for half the price that AT&T and Verizon customers are currently paying.

Activation fee is waved and sprint will pay your early termination fee (up to $350). Sounds like a sweet deal to me! Smile

More info here:

This Poll is Closed

1. Are you a Verizon Wireless or AT&T customer?
  • Yes
  • 38%
  • No
  • 63%
    2. Will you be making use of this offer?
  • Yes
  • 13%
  • No
  • 38%
  • I am not Verizon or AT&T customer
  • 50%
    Total: 8 votes


    • 208886
      1 2
      12 10 2
      Posted by mdshopper1 on December 3, 2014 [reply] 0 0
      it does sound like a good deal, but i absolutely HATE jumping around all the time. i have had ATT for quite a long time, have been happy with the services they provide, and appreciate their good customer service. my kids and ex have VERIZON and they are happy with that company also. i cannot see them switching either.

      i do know a few families with sprint and they said that the service in our area can be poor at times.
    • 208898
      10 8 2
      Posted by 2kidsnuts on December 4, 2014
      [reply] 1 0
      We could use a break in charges since our bill is over $300 a month on six Verizon phones. Worth checking out.
      • mdshopper1
        1 2
        12 10 2
        Posted by mdshopper1 on December 4, 2014 [reply] 0 0
        the kids and my ex have a total of 6 phones on their account....and it is around $350.....a small fortune!
    • 208918
      9 7 2
      Posted by Version on December 4, 2014
      [reply] 2 0
      This may sound like a sweet deal, but Sprint needs to upgrade their service to at least keep the present customers they have.
    • 208921
      Posted by YanBz on December 4, 2014 [reply] 0 0
      We have T-Mobile, so I will not qualify.

      I have the same complaint as Version has about Sprint. T-Mobile coverage is OK in Chicago and suburbs but as soon as we leave the area it gets really spotty.

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