The deal to merge T-Mobile with Sprint has finally happened. The combination of the third- and fourth-biggest wireless carriers in the US means that the newly merged company, T-Mobile, now has over 140 million wireless customers. That actually puts it ahead of Verizon Wireless, which has 117 million wireless customers, but still well behind AT&T with its 153 million customers.
Nevertheless, it seems that the Sprint brand itself isn’t going away anytime soon. The brand, along with Sprint stores and customer support, are also sticking around. With that in mind, here are the best Sprint deals you should know about.
Note that the vast majority of the prices below are for Sprint Flex Leases. That means you’re just leasing the phone for 12 to 18 months, but the savings you make can make it very worthwhile compared to purchasing.
Best Sprint deals:
Editor’s note: We will be updating this list of the best Sprint offers regularly as new deals are announced.
1. Unlimited Kickstart: $35 per month
This Sprint deal makes it easier to switch to the carrier by offering one of the most affordable unlimited plans around. The Unlimited Kickstart plan costs only $35 a month, but it comes with its caveats.
For starters, the plan requires bringing your own phone or buying one outright. If you go for the latter option, you might be eligible for a $100 prepaid MasterCard. You will also need to sign up for AutoPay.
Unlimited calls, texts, and data are included, but extras are limited. For example, the 500MB of mobile hotspot and free Hulu subscription included in Unlimited Basic are not included in Unlimited Kickstart. Video streaming is limited to 480p resolution, while music streaming is limited to 500kbps speeds.
You can also save a little bit extra on other unlimited plans when you bring your own device. As long as your device is carrier unlocked, you can save an extra $10 per month on unlimited plans when you switch. The offer even applies to tablets and watches too.
However, you can’t beat the $35 price if you just want a basic plan. Each additional line is an additional $35 per month.
2. Save on Samsung Galaxy devices
If you’ve been waiting to pick up a new Samsung device, Sprint is worth checking out. The most recent Samsung Galaxy phones, watches, and tablets are available for great prices on a Flex Lease. You can live at the cutting-edge of phone tech with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra for just $25 per month or dial it back to the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus for $15 and $20 per month respectively.
3. Grab a Google Pixel and save
If you want to join Team Pixel, Sprint is making it very affordable right now. You can save on both the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 3 depending on your personal preference. The Pixel 3 is $5 per month more affordable than the Pixel 4 on Flex Lease, but it may be difficult to pass up some of the upgrades that come with the newer generation. Check out all of the options via the widgets below:
The Pixel 3 XL also has a full price offer if you don’t want to pay monthly. You can check out the differences below:
4. Pick up a new iPhone at a great price
Sprint Flex Lease deals aren’t just limited to Android devices. You can save on a variety of iPhones as well including the brand-new iPhone SE. It packs high-end specs into a familiar form at a great price, and now you can save even more. You can also save on the powerful iPhone 11 and an iPhone XR while you’re at it.
If you’re on the hunt for a great deal on more than one phone you can lease an iPhone XS Max and get a second one for free with a new line. It’s the perfect way to set a family member up with a new device on an affordable new plan.
Sprint also has a few offers for Apple Watches if you’re looking to complete your setup. The newest version, the Series 5 is half off right now, costing around $11 per month.
5. Get a new LG phone for less
If Samsung, Apple, and Google haven’t tickled your fancy, you might be looking to give LG a shot. Options like the LG V60 are available on special Lease One, Get One deals and you can even test out the Dual Screen feature. You can also pay one final tribute to the LG G line with the G8X for just $15 per month.
Check out both options here:
6. Shop for a new budget-friendly phone
Not every new phone has to be a cutting-edge flagship. Many budget devices are actually fairly capable in their own rights. Not to mention the fact that they’re far more affordable. Right now you can pick from three different options that are all $10 or less per month on Flex Leases.
If you prefer Galaxy devices, you may find yourself right at home with the Samsung Galaxy A series. LG also offers the Tribute Royal, and it’s even free.
7. Let Sprint cover your switching costs
Stuck with another carrier? Sprint makes switching more cost-effective by covering your moving costs through their Clean Slate program. The carrier will reimburse up to $650 per line. Only early termination fees and phone balances are eligible for reimbursement, but that’s plenty of help.
All you have to do is switch your number to Sprint’s network and trade in your previous phone. After your previous carrier’s final bill arrives, just register online within 60 days of joining Sprint. After that, Sprint will send you a prepaid card with the amount of your switching costs, less the trade-in value of your old phone. The process should take somewhere between six to eight weeks.
8. Get three lines for free with Unlimited Basic
Sign up for Sprint’s Unlimited Basic plan and you’ll get three lines for free. This Sprint deal only works if you need five lines, though. The third, fourth, and fifth lines will be free, effectively bringing the price down to $20 per line for five lines.
There is a catch: You’ll pay $100 for five lines until July 31, 2021. After this date, subscribers will need to pay an additional $20 per line for the third, fourth, and fifth lines.
Unlimited Basic offers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data, 500MB of LTE mobile hotspot, 480p video streaming, and a Hulu subscription. The plan also includes unlimited talk and text, along with 5GB of LTE data while roaming in Canada and Mexico.
These are the best Sprint deals currently on offer in our opinion, but there are a few others available as well. We’ll update this post with new ones once they launch.
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