Sprint has always claimed that its cellular network is one of the best in the US. And now he wants customers to try it for themselves for free. Well almost…
The operator announced on Thursday, April 11 that all consumers (including their current customers) who activate a new line in Sprint can try it for 30 days, and if after that period they are not satisfied, Sprint will reimburse the price of the cell phone (if they bought a new one) and all the charges and fees associated with such activation.
According to Sprint, its LTE network now reaches more regions of the country and if you have a compatible device and live in an area with your LTE Advanced network, you will notice speeds "twice as fast as those of LTE".
An investigation carried out during the second half of 2018 by the Rootmetrics analysis center found that, in front of its rivals in five performance categories, Sprint hesitated between the third and fourth position in the list of the most important telephone in the US. His overall position on the list had fallen to the fourth behind Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, in that order.
This promotion gives Sprint the opportunity to convince more consumers to test their network.
In addition to the previous promotion, as of April 12, the company will also give up to US $ 650 to people who leave their operator and switch to Sprint. These customers may also take advantage of another promotion to receive an additional US $ 250 if they buy a high-end cell phone. If you take advantage, this is a gift of almost US $ 900.
Keep in mind that to take advantage of these offers, you need to activate a line in one of the Unlimited plans, that is, unlimited Sprint. Unlimited Basic costs US $ 60 each month, but you will pay US $ 20 per month per line if you have five lines and video in standard resolution. Premium, the most expensive plan, costs US $ 80 per month and includes a membership to Amazon Prime, Tidal and 100GB for the use of the device as a hotspot. Both offerroamingglobal, calls, Hulu, ms texts and 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada.
Sprint awaits approval from US regulators to.
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