Sprint's Black Friday Deals Include Three Lines Free

T-Mobile announced their Pre-Black Friday deals (dubbed "Magenta Friday") last week, where new and existing customers could get two lines for free. Well Sprint has just outdone them, offering three lines for free for customers. This means that you can jump over to Sprint and get five lines of unlimited talk, text and data for just $100/month. That means it'll be about $20 per month per line, making it the cheapest unlimited option on the market.

Now these lines aren't free for the entire time you are with Sprint, they are only free until January 31st, 2018. Meaning that you'll get a little over a year of having these three lines for free. This is a savings of $120/month for a family of five on AT&T, and $60 less than five lines on T-Mobile would cost with unlimited data. That's a pretty sweet deal if you need five lines. Making it a great time to switch on over to Sprint and enjoy unlimited data. Sprint has greatly improved their network in the past few years and they brag about their network being within 1% of Verizon's network, which means you should have a great reliable network, at a fraction of the price.

If you need a new smartphone, well Sprint has you covered as well. They are offering a Buy One, Get One free deal on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Making it much more affordable to get everyone in your family a brand new smartphone this holiday season. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are some of the best smartphones of the year, so it's a great deal to get one for free when buying another one. Remember that the "free" Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge will apply to the one of lesser value, and will be in the form of a bill credit for the next 24 months. So to get it for free, you will need to go ahead and stick with Sprint for the next two years.

Sprint will likely have plenty more Black Friday deals over the next few days, which they haven't announced just yet.

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