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Sprint Packages 40GB Shared Plan with Amazon Prime

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May 13, 2016, 8:32 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sprint today announced the Amazon Better Choice XXL plan, which includes 40GB of shareable LTE data and a year of Amazon Prime. Subscribers also get unlimited talk and text, Sprint Global Roaming, international texting, and mobile hotspot. The Amazon Better Choice XXL plan costs $100 per month, which does not include per-line access charges ($20) and monthly device payments. This plan, which is available to new and existing customers, requires subscribers to sign a one-year contract. Customers not interested in signing a contract can still choose to add Amazon Prime to their monthly bill for $10.99. Amazon Prime includes online storage for files and photos, as well as Amazon Music and Amazon Video streaming services, and expedited shipping on purchases made from Amazon.com.

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willbx718

May 14, 2016, 10:17 AM

Yep!!

100 mbps average speeds are pretty much horrendously slow. Sprint gives a year's worth of Amazon Prime and they're desperate. T-Mobile is giving away the farm and not a word is said hmmmm. Anyway that's all I'm gonna add to this discussion, not going to continue to feed the troll.
lol. you mean 100 kbps. Lay off the crack pipe....100 mbps, lol...i'm still laughing.
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Shakezula84

May 13, 2016, 5:20 PM

If you have Sprint why not do this...

... but I still think that its a tough sell to over Amazon Prime a dollar more a month then you can buy it individually on its own.
What do you mean? Amazon charges $10.99 per month for Prime. Sprint charges $10.99 per month for Prime. Where is the dollar more?
smerits

May 13, 2016, 7:49 PM

LOL

Sprint reeks of desperation. I feel sorry for anyone who has to suffer with their horrendously slow data speeds. Are they also giving out free AOL discs so that you can sign up with AOL dial up service?
If Sprint's network were slow, the other guys would be trouncing them on TV and in the courtroom for claiming otherwise. However, that isn't happening.
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