Sprint's Three Lines Free Offer Gets Extended

After T-Mobile announced that Simple Choice and T-Mobile ONE customers with at least two lines could add two more lines for free, Sprint decided to up the ante. Allowing their customers with two lines to get the third, fourth and fifth line for free. However, it was not valid for just one weekend. It was valid through Black Friday and Cyber Week. And now, Sprint has decided to extend the offer. This means that if you are a Sprint customer and want to add a few new lines, you can do so and get unlimited talk, text and data for free. New customers can also switch over and take part in this deal.

According to Sprint's new press release, released this morning, the way this will work is that one line will cost a customer $60/month, while two lines are $100/month, and of course lines three through five are free. This means that you could get five lines on Sprint for just $100/month. Effectively making it $20/month per line. The lowest price in the industry for unlimited data, currently. Keep in mind that the third, fourth and fifth lines are only free through January 31st, 2018. Meaning you only get a little over a year of it being free. Once January 31st, 2018 hits, the cost will be $30/month per line. Which means five lines would jump from $100 to $190 per month, almost doubling the cost. Keep in mind that Sprint's unlimited data does come with some limits. Like T-Mobile, they have optimized their video streaming to 480p or DVD quality. As well as game and music streaming.

Sprint hasn't mentioned when this promo will end, this time around. So if you are in need of a few extra lines, or looking for a killer deal to bring your entire family on over to Sprint, now is definitely the time to do so. Sprint has a whole line of great smartphones available. Like the Galaxy S7, HTC Bolt, or the LG G5 from Sprint, but keep in mind that will add to your monthly bill, unless you purchase them at full retail price.

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