Switch From AT&T Or Verizon And Sprint Will Half The Cost Of Your Bill

December 2, 2014 - Written By John Anon

Now that the drama of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday has passed. You might have thought all the deals to be had were done and dusted. Well, it seems like Sprint might have been counting on this, as they have today announced a rather interesting promotion. The promotion is being dubbed the ‘Half Price event’ and that is pretty much a good summing up of what’s on offer. In short, if you are currently an AT&T or Verizon customer, then Sprint are offering to half your bill. No catches and no (major) loopholes.

According to Sprint, if you are an AT&T or Verizon customer, then you simply need to bring your current bill into any Sprint store. Once they see the bill and verify the amount you are paying, they will offer you the same deal on their network for exactly half the cost. In the example used for the promotion if you are a Verizon customer paying $140 for four lines + 10GB data. Then sprint will offer you 4 lines with 10GB of data for only $70. Straight up half price. So what are the conditions? Well, there are obviously some but in fairness, none you would not expect from a new contract anyway. First up, you do need to be already with AT&T or Verizon to take advantage of the offer. Secondly, you do need to get a new device from Sprint and then trade in your old device. From what we can see that is it. The rest is simple, half the bill for the same service on Sprint. Apparently, you will even be able to keep your half cost contract for as long as you like.

If you are tied into a contract then don’t worry. Sprint are also offering to buy you out of your contract (up to a value of $350). If that was not enough, then for a limited time they have also waived their $36 activation fee as well. So all in all, not a bad little deal to start off your post Black Friday/Cyber Monday week. If you are interested in taking advantage of the deal then the promotion will begin this Friday and you can click here to read all the details in full. Current bills can be taken in-store or uploaded online. So are you interested? Let us know if you do go with this one and how much you saved.