For a limited time, you can save 74% off the lease price of a new Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 or S8+ from Sprint, with $0 down, on an 18-month lease.
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Sprint's Unlimited Freedom Plan
If you're looking to pair up your new phone with a plan, Sprint's Unlimited Freedom is one of the cheapest on the market with 4 lines for $25/mo per line and 5th line free (until 03/31/19), with autopay. Plus Hulu is now included!
- Unlimited talk, text, and data. Once you've reached 23GB of data, your speeds may temporarily slow down during times of high network congestion.
- HD video, 1080p
- 10GB of 4G mobile hotspot
The finer print:
- This deal requires a new line of service activation and an 18-month lease. Well-qualified customers are eligible.
- At the end of the 18-month lease, you have the option to buy your device. You'll pay the balance between the full price and what you've paid so far.
- There are taxes on any device you go with and you'll have to pay that up front regardless.
- If you cancel your service, the remaining device balance will become due.
Are these lease programs any good? The pricing seems very good!
They're alright, but they lock you in. You can't pay it off with the lower amount. You have to stay with the payments.
They must have changed them, then. I had my parents open an extra line on their print account (I was with AT&T at the time), just so I could get the Essential Phone on the $5/month lease. I paid it off and had it unlocked within 48 hours for just $160 or so. Got them to throw a few bill credits my folks' way too. Slapped a Mint SIM in it when they were running their "Buy 3 months, get 3 months free" promo. Been a happy (and money saving) Mint customer ever since. Would love to get my wife an unlocked Samsung the same way, but it looks like it's not to be.
These prices are really excellent. But at the end of leasing it. Purchase it or upgrade after a year.
I've had Sprint the last 3 years and just when I was going to bounce a year ago, their service became excellent in MY area.
But signing that lease you're in it until you buy your phone at the end. They don't have the plan no more that as you paid, you paid off your phone. Its not bad, just like anything else. Take care of your phone and no worries.
Upgrade after a year no questions asked.
After 18 months. Lease is up, you must turn in your phone or pay market value for it to own.
I've never had an issue, I just keep getting the next Note or Galaxy when they have a 2 for 1 or cut the price in half like they did the note 8 and S8 and the S8 plus. If my service sucked, I would have turned my phones in last year. They done something right, because I was going back to Verizon.
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