For a limited time, Sprint Unlimited Basic is $20 per month per line for five lines 🇺🇸

Sprint announces an amazing holiday promotion: Sign up for Unlimited Basic and get lines three, four and five for free. That means new Unlimited Basic customers will pay just $20 per month per line for five lines.

Starting on Dec. 14, ’tis the season to switch and grab this amazing offer! It will only be available for a limited time. Gift the entire family with Sprint’s Network Built for Unlimited and save more than $1,000 during the first year over Verizon and AT&T.

Attention, holiday shoppers! Here’s what you get with Unlimited Basic:

  • All your TV in one place with Hulu.
  • Stay connected with 500 MB Mobile Hotspot.
  • Streaming in SD (DVD-quality).
  • In Mexico and Canada, enjoy unlimited talk and text and 5GB of 4G LTE data.
  • Global Roaming in more than 200 worldwide destinations.
  • Unlimited data, talk and text nationwide.
  • Add HD streaming with Unlimited Plus for an additional $10 per month per line.

We love the holidays at Sprint and this is a great time to provide our customers even more choice for their wireless needs, our better-than-ever network and incredible value,” said Dow Draper, Sprint chief commercial officer. “Today we’re introducing a way for customers to switch from AT&T or Verizon and literally save over $1,000. Happy holidays!”

Customers who switch to Sprint will be able to experience up to 2X faster speeds than before with LTE Advanced, 30 percent more LTE coverage than before and reliability customers can count on. Through its massive Next-Gen Network investment and roaming agreements, Sprint is helping customers connect in more places from coast to coast, with its largest-ever total LTE footprint. In addition, Sprint network upgrades helped the company achieve its best-ever showing with the fastest average download speeds in 123 cities – according to the latest quarterly data from Speedtest Intelligence® provided by Ookla®. Sprint also has the most improved network with national average download speeds year-over-year up 87 percent in PCMag’s 2018 Fastest Mobile Networks report.

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