Bring Your Own Smartphone To Sprint & Get One Year Of Service Free

Sprint is currently offering a rather sweet deal for those that are looking to switch over to Sprint's network. If you bring your own device over to Sprint - and also port your number in - then you can get a full year of service for free on Sprint's network. Now there is a catch here, you do need to have a Verizon or AT&T phone. Sprint is not allowing T-Mobile customers to take advantage of this deal - and that could be due to the upcoming merger between the two carriers.

It's pretty simple to take advantage of this deal from Sprint. Hit the link at the bottom of this post, and you'll be able to get started switching over to Sprint. The process will include asking you for your IMEI and phone number. This is going to check to make sure your phone is eligible. Sprint does have a list of phones that are eligible. Which includes most newer Apple, Google, Motorola, LG and Samsung smartphones. So many of you should be okay to switch to Sprint. The Sprint website will walk you through the process of making the switch over to its network, and you'll get a free year of service. So you won't need to pay another phone bill until September 2019! Which does include purchasing a SIM card from Sprint, which will cost $12.99 ($2.99 for the SIM card and $10 for shipping), and will arrive within a couple of days.

Sprint is offering unlimited for a year. So you are going to get unlimited talk, text and data. Sprint does throttle its data, but that is only on certain apps. Video is going to play at 480p quality, which for most people, is going to be just fine on a smartphone. You also get unlimited global roaming in over 185 countries, which is pretty impressive and also very useful for those that do a lot of traveling. With this free year of service, you are going to save over $800 by switching to Sprint. And the more lines you bring over to Sprint, the more you'll save.

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