If you’re a Sprint customer, these are the hottest deals that you need to jump on right now!
Although it’s the least popular of the four main carriers in the United States, Sprint has a large selection of deals for its loyal and potential customers to keep its yellow flag flying high. Whether you’re already with Sprint or have been eyeing the carrier and thinking about dropping your current service provider, these are some of the best deals to keep an eye on.
50% off Galaxy S8/S8+, S8 Active, and Note 8
Samsung released some of the best Android phones of the year in 2017, and as we get closer and closer to the company’s next flagship devices, you can find some pretty hefty discounts on its current lineup of tech.
Right now on Sprint, you can get 50% off the Galaxy S8, S8+, S8 Active, and Note 8 when purchased through Sprint Flex on an 18-month lease. This means you can get the Galaxy S8 for as little as $15.62/month with $0 down, and upgrading to the Note 8 will only set you back $20/month. All of these devices also come with the Galaxy Forever program, meaning you can easily upgrade to Samsung’s next latest handset after you’ve made at least 12 lease payments.
Buy one LG V30+, get one for free
LG’s V30 didn’t get quite as much hype as the Note 8 this year, but just like the G6 that came out before it, it’s one of the best phones LG has kicked out in quite some time. The V30 has a seriously great design, awesome performance, and excellent dual cameras on the back, and Sprint’s currently letting you get two of them for the price of one.
When leasing a V30+ on Sprint for $38/month, you’ll be able to get another one for free after a monthly credit is applied to your bill. You’ll need to either add two lines of service or add one and upgrade the other, but even with that caveat, this is still a great deal.
Moto Z2 Force for $11/month and free Insta-Share Projector Moto Mod
The Moto Z2 Force isn’t the best phone that we saw in 2017, and while its retail price of $720 is a bit tough to swallow, Sprint makes the phone much more appealing for just $11/month with Sprint Flex. For that $11/month you’re getting a phone with dual 12MP cameras, 5.5-inch 1440p Super AMOLED display that’s shatter-proof, slim 7000 series aluminum unibody, and quite a lot more.
One of the biggest draws to the Moto Z devices is their compatibility with Moto Mods, and to help get you invested in this ecosystem, buying a Moto Z2 Force on Sprint will also let you get an Insta-Share Projector Moto Mod for free. The Insta-Share Projector is also a tough sell at its regular $299 price, but being bale to project your phone’s display up to 70-inches for no extra cost is pretty darn awesome.
Get the Essential Phone for $108
The Essential Phone has received considerable price cuts since its initial debut, and if you’re looking to buy the device unlocked, you can now get it for just $499 or lower depending on the many sales that are often available for it. However, if you’re on Sprint or looking to switch, you can pick up an Essential Phone for as low as $108.
You’ll technically pay $6/month for the Essential Phone through Sprint Flex after a monthly bill credit, and once those 18 months are up, you can choose to pay the difference between its full price and what you paid or upgrade to something new. So, while you don’t technically get to keep the device, being able to own it for well over a year for $108 is still a really great deal.
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December 18, 2017 at 04:06AM