Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) Offers Big Deals In A Bid To Out Sprint Opponents.

Just like the fastest man in the world; Usain Bolt sprinting over to Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) should be a breeze for you. Sprint has recently announced that it will unequivocally cover the cost you may incur to switch to their network no matter what that cost is. Yes, this does include device installment payments and termination contract fees.

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There seems to be no limit as to how far Sprint will go to get new customers to sign up, with their network. However, the company will require you to hand over all your existing phones as long as you live in an area that has great Sprint coverage. This represents a smart move by the company as there are a few people who might be upset at the coverage they have received. Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) is offering you the ability to change providers at no cost at all.

The company’s offer will be extended to wireless U.S customers and took effect on March 13. This offer comes on the heels of a series of new promos and plans by the company that is geared towards attracting new customers. Last year, December, the company attempted to woe Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) and AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) users by offering to reduce their bills by half. At the time of that offer, the company also offered to cover the costs that would have incurred as termination fees of up to $350 per line. The company went further on that offer by offering to maintain those half price bills if the new customers sticks to their plan.

Another deal used by the company to get one over its competitors was its February to April deal to give LTE iPad mini 3and iPhone 6, service for at $100 per month. This deal would have saved consumers approximately $17 less than would have been paid for each. These Promos and Deals do represent desperate measures by the company to fight against the heavy competition it faces.

Brown Terrel

Brown Terrel

Terrel is US Markets Daily's business news reporter. She joined US Markets Daily after five years as a print reporter.