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Sprint Offering to Cover my $20 a month unlimited data!


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So I was checking out a Jambox mini and saw this Notification on the webpage! If you switch a line over from another carrier to Framily, they will give you free unlimited for a year! I think I may add a line and see if someone needs a phone! I wonder if this is just a promotion for Target employees.

 

 

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Plus Right now I can get a $200 visa card for having someone switch from another carrier, along with the $100 refer a friend.

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If I remember right that's only for credit union members for the unlimited data.

I saw it on the sprint target employee area, while checking out. It would be awesome if true
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If I remember right that's only for credit union members for the unlimited data.

 

how does it work?  Sprint simply pays for it?

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how does it work?  Sprint simply pays for it?

I think you have to check your credit u ion, see if they have a discount through sprint. If so you fill out a form and send in proof of membership, and get approved. Just like corporate discount , I uploaded verification of work(pay stub) and a few hours later I got a text saying I was verified and get 20% off on my plan. Plus 20% off on accessories!
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What other companies is this good for?

I'm not sure you can check if your company offers sprint discounts. Most corporations do offer multi place discounts. Like wal-mart, Best buy. Target has the best for sprint(20% of plans and accessories
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Looks like I can get it for mine, but only with a new line =-/. It would have been nice to save $20/month. $40 if they give you free data for both lines.

ah well hey its cool if you wanted to say add a line you can always do so
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Girlfriend's brother just did this. Joined a framily, got the $200 gift card, and confirmed unlimited data free for a year with his business discount.

 

What a freakin' bargain, we all started laughing because none of them have actually had to pay Sprint yet and they keep sending us gift cards!

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