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Sprint Offering Monthly Subscription to Amazon Prime

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Mar 31, 2016, 8:14 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint customers can add an Amazon Prime membership to their monthly Sprint bill starting today. The subscription costs $10.99 per month and includes all the benefits available to Amazon Prime members, including reduced shipping charges, Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Photos, and more. Customers can add Prime using Sprint's web site, telesales, or visit Sprint retail stores. Sprint says it will send an activation link to customers to complete the registration process. With a Prime account, Sprint subscribers will be able to download and use Amazon's collection of Prime apps at no additional charge. Consumers may be better off paying for Amazon Prime on their own. The subscription plan is attractive at $10.99 per month, but at $132 for 12 months the subscription is significantly more than the standard yearly fee to join Prime directly via Amazon, which is $99.

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akidwai

Mar 31, 2016, 9:12 AM

$33 into the back pocket of Sprint.

I wonder if this is not a science fair project of one of the children of the upper Sprint management: "What percentage of Sprint customers can be classified as suckers?" My only question is where is the extra $33 dollars going? Is the student who designed the promotion (science fair experiment) getting in on a percentage of the $33? Is his/her dad getting a large bonus this year if this promotion works? Inquiring minds want to know!!

Asif
Yeah I am not that stupid to fall for this load of crap promo or whatever you want to call it. I pay the $99/yr and then you add the tax to it comes out to $106.22?/yr is way better than this Sprint offer. Asif, is right on this. Not worth it and what...
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