September 09, 2016
It’s simple. Here’s how it works:
- Visit your local Sprint store and turn in an old iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
- Sign up for any of Sprint’s rate plans including Unlimited Freedom or 50% off the price of most Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile standard rate plans, with savings until May 31, 2018.
- Walk out with your new iPhone 7 (32GB) and enjoy the savings!
Customers can switch to Sprint’s super-fast LTE Plus Network and save 50% off the price of most Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile standard rate plans. Customers who switch get 50% off most current competitor rate plan prices, with savings until May 31, 2018. And with Sprint’s 30-Day Total Satisfaction Guarantee, you can return your phone and we’ll refund device costs, qualifying service costs and related fees if you’re not satisfied.
Lowest Cost for Unlimited Data
As the most inexpensive unlimited data plan, Unlimited Freedom is simple and straightforward with no access charges or hidden fees. Unlimited Freedom is the only plan that gives customers two lines of unlimited talk, text and data for $100 a month. And a family of four can get Unlimited Freedom for just $160 a month. Unlimited Freedom includes unlimited mobile optimized streaming videos, gaming and music and unlimited 4G LTE data for most everything else. For those customers who prefer even higher resolution streaming, Unlimited Freedom Premium delivers up to HD-quality streaming experience for video, music and gaming. Customers can select premium resolution streaming on Unlimited Freedom Premium for a total of $80 a month for one line or $140 per month for two lines.
Faster Network, Half the Cost
Sprint’s super-fast LTE Plus network uses some of the most advanced technologies in wireless to deliver peak download speeds of more than 100 Mbps on two-channel carrier aggregation capable devices. With three-channel carrier aggregation, currently being deployed in the Sprint LTE Plus network, Sprint will double the speed and capacity of its 2.5GHz LTE Plus cell sites to reach peak download speeds of more than 200Mbps on capable devices.