Sprint Offers 1 Year Free Amazon Prime Subscription With Samsung Phones
Sprint has announced that they are offering 1-year Amazon Prime subscription for free to customers who buy Samsung smartphones from them. Amazon Prime is a great service that offers users a ton of perks including unlimited FREE Two-Day Shipping, access to unlimited streaming of music, TV Shows and movies, unlimited photo storage and more for $99.
The Amazon Prime offer is available for existing Sprint customers who upgrade or add a new line of service and new customers switching to Sprint. Note that this is only good for one free year, meaning that once the year is up, you will need to continue paying for it yourself to enjoy the perks, or cancel it if you would rather not renew it.
That being said, the offer is not available on all Samsung phones and it seems that Sprint is only allow Samsung's flagship phones to be part of this promotion. Qualified Samsung smartphones include Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Samsung Note5, all of which will cost you a pretty penny, at least compared to non-flagships. In addition, the offer is available until November 30, 2015.
Sprint customers can buy their new Samsung smartphone through Sprint Lease, Sprint Easy Pay, sign a two-year contract or pay full retail price and can avail the offer.
In addition to free Amazon Prime offer, Sprint also introduces trade-ins for Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphones. Customers can trade-in a qualified smartphone and lease a Samsung Galaxy S6 32 GB for only $10 per month or the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 32 GB for $17 per month. However, Sprint has not specified which smartphones are qualified, so you check with customer care. This offer is only available in Sprint retail stores and Sprint at RadioShack and is available through November 25, 2015.
Sprint also has announced Sprint Starter Unlimited Data pack, which costs $20. This mobile data pack offers 1 GB high-speed data after which you will get 2G speeds with no data cap. You can find more details about these offers here.