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Sprint Pitching 5 Lines with Unlimited Everything for $90

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Nothing But "GOTCHA"


Feb 10, 2017, 11:34 AM
With Sprint, there is always a great sounding price - till you read the "GOTCHA" print that says, the price is an introductory rate. Who are they? Comcast? I mean, offer 5 lines, get customers to sign up, and then charge them double in just a year?

You want customers? You gotta keep them? Doubling my price in a year only causes me to leave, and I'm sure millions will do the same.

Feb 10, 2017, 1:02 PM
If I had 5 Sprint phones just sitting around I would consider taking something like this. Since I have to buy equipment and pay activation fees, it just doesn't work.

Feb 10, 2017, 11:45 PM
By 2018, they'll probably have something else that's better. Since I signed with Sprint in 2003, my monthly bill has only gone down while the services I get have gotten better. In the process, I was able to get rid of my old landline phone about five years ago, eliminating that bill. Before Sprint, I had a sixty-dollar per month landline phone bill, a sixty-dollar per month internet bill, and a crappy Cingular cellphone that cost forty bucks a month with 300 lousy minutes and no text or data. Now, I have four lines with unlimited talk, messaging, and 10 gigs of data per line for ninety bucks a month.

Maybe that isn't good enough for you, but they've saved me a bucket load of money.

Feb 11, 2017, 3:50 PM
I noticed that also, right now paying $165 after taxes for 5 lines, After a year on sprint, the price with taxes would be around $215, no thanks.

Feb 12, 2017, 9:14 AM
I've got 3 voice lines and 2 tablet lines. One voice line has unlimited high speed tethering and free international calls. I pay $185 taxes included. This Sprint deal is no deal.

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