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Offbeat Sprint to end $15 per month unlimited promotion this week, citing high demand

10:01  14 june  2018
10:01  14 june  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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Those looking to take advantage of Sprint 's $ 15 per month unlimited plan need to act fast. Really fast. The company plans to end the aggressive offer this Friday night at 11:59 p.m. ET, citing heavy demand from customers.

Sprint is ending its $ 15 Unlimited offer this week following high demand . The online promotion , which is exclusive to customers porting their lines from Sprint launched the deal on June 8, offering unlimited talk, text, and data for $ 15 per month . As mentioned, users must switch from a different

a person standing in front of a store: T-Mobile and Sprint announced on April 29, 2018 that they reached an agreement to combine into a new company that would reshape the U.S. wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers. The deal would help the companies slash costs and could make them a stronger competitor to the larger AT&T and Verizon.In this April 27, 2010 file photo, a woman using a cell phone walks past T-Mobile and Sprint stores in New York.© MARK LENNIHAN/AP T-Mobile and Sprint announced on April 29, 2018 that they reached an agreement to combine into a new company that would reshape the U.S. wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers. The deal would help the companies slash costs and could make them a stronger competitor to the larger AT&T and Verizon.In this April 27, 2010 file photo, a woman using a cell phone walks past T-Mobile and Sprint stores in New York.

Sprint was hoping to draw attention last week when it introduced a new $15 unlimited talk, text and data promotion to lure customers from Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. It seems to have worked.

Sprint's new $15 per month unlimited offer hopes to lure in switchers

  Sprint's new $15 per month unlimited offer hopes to lure in switchers Looking to save on your monthly cellphone bill? Sprint hopes so.The new deal, available online starting Friday, promises significant monthly savings for up to five lines for those who switch from another carrier to Sprint. At $60 for four lines, it is $40 cheaper a month than the $100 Sprint currently charges for four lines of its Unlimited Freedom plan. Rivals AT&T and Verizon each charge $160 for their cheapest unlimited plans.

sprint is offering an unlimited plan for only $ 15 a month which is the best deal in all current carriers. this deal got so much success that sprint has to end it 1 week into the promotion due to high demand .

Earlier this month , Sprint announced a limited time promotion offering consumers an unlimited plan for only $ 15 per month (not including taxes and fees). Because of the extremely low monthly price, the deal has proven to be too successful; Sprint is blaming heavy demand for its decision to shut

The company plans to end the aggressive offer this Friday night at 11:59 p.m. ET, citing heavy demand from customers.

Sprint would not comment on how many people have taken advantage of the promotion. Those who have gotten into the promotion, or who sign up before it expires, will be able to keep the $15 per month rate.

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The company has begun advertising the end of the promotion on Twitter and has put up a countdown clock on the promotion's website to let people know when the online-only promotion will end.

With its $15 per month per line price Sprint's promotion unlimited plan came in well under rival plans, and even its own, unlimited pricing.

At $60 for four lines, the offer is $40 cheaper a month than the $100 Sprint currently charges for four lines of its Unlimited Freedom plan. AT&T and Verizon each charge $160 for their cheapest unlimited plans. T-Mobile, which is currently in the process of merging with Sprint, also charges $160 for four lines, though that price includes the taxes and fees.

Sprint stock was up nearly 2% in mid-day trading Wednesday.

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