Sprint Bumps Customer Referral Award Up to $100
Sprint has increased the reward of referring new customers to $100. Current customers simply fill out a form to refer friends and family, and Sprint will contact them about initiating new service. Once those new customers keep an active Sprint account for 30 days, Sprint will pay $100 to the person who recommended them. The friend will receive a $25 reward, as well. Both rewards are paid in the form of a Visa debit card. The program runs until the end of March.
Verizon to Offer Rewards for Social Network Referrals
Verizon Wireless today said it will give customers up to $100 to refer friends and family to the network via Facebook or Twitter. Customers will have to do some legwork to receive the reward.
T-Mobile Offers Its Customers a Bounty for Converts
T-Mobile today said it will give current customers unlimited LTE data for a full year if they convince an AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon customer to switch to T-Mobile. T-Mobile is likening the program to "throwing a lifeline" to those on competing networks.
Sprint Offering 10GB to 4-Line Family Plans for $100
Sprint today introduced the Sprint Family Share Pack, a plan that includes unlimited talk and text and 10 GB of shared data for four lines for $100 per month. Sprint Family Share Pack subscribers can quadruple their shared data to 40 GB for $20 more (total of $120 before taxes and fees).
Sprint Offering to Cover All Costs for Switchers
Sprint today launched a new effort to sway consumers to give up their current carrier in favor of Sprint with a promise to reimburse them for all the costs associated with switching. Sprint said it will cover the early termination fees and the remaining installments on phone payment plans for anyone who ports their number to Sprint.
Samsung to Reward Samsung Pay Users
Samsung today announced the pending launch of Samsung Rewards, a loyalty program for its Samsung Pay mobile payment service. Moving forward, people who sign up for Samsung Rewards will be able to earn points with Samsung when they use Samsung Pay to pay for goods and services.
Poor Sprint.... Desperate much??