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Sprint Says ‘Thank You’ To Its Loyal Customers With Some Big Offers

November 21, 2014 - Written By John Anon

If you are a Sprint customer then it seems you are in line for a few decent discounts. The US carrier is looking to thank its customers with a Holiday Loyalty promotion. This is probably due to AT&T, Verizon (and to some extent T-Mobile) stealing a number of their customers over the past year. Either way though if you are still a Sprint customer then Sprint would like to give you a big ‘Thank You’.

So whats on offer? Well, the best of the deals seems to be for the Samsung Galaxy S5. If you are a Sprint customer and looking to upgrade then Sprint are offering customers the chance to get a Galaxy S5 (or S5 Active) for as little as $5 per month. The normal fee for this is $20 per month but with the $15 ‘loyalty credit’ you will only end up paying the $5. On top of this, there is also $0 down on the device. According to Sprint that equates to a $360 saving over the two years. If a new phone is not what you are after then what about this option. Sprint are offering all customers the opportunity to upgrade their plan to ‘Unlimited Talk’. This means you will get unlimited talk minutes added to your account at no extra charge. Its also worth mentioning Sprint says that you do not even have to extend your contact for this one. If neither of those takes your fancy then here is the third option. If you take out an extra line with Sprint, they will give you twelve months of free service on your current line.

Your new line will include free unlimited talk, text and data. Lastly, as an extra thank you Sprint is offering its existing customers 20% off of all accessories. So there you go. It seems Sprint does appreciate the customers that have stuck by them over the last twelve months and some of the deals on offer are not bad. If you are after a new phone then you should think about the Galaxy S5. You can check out our review of it by clicking here. The other offers are not too bad either. But what do you think? Are you a Sprint customer? Happy with the offers? Let us know.