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Sprint Promo: Save Up to $650 By Switching Your Number to a Framily Plan

The carrier pricing war shows no sign of abating, and that’s a good thing for customers looking to economize. Sprint’s the latest to launch a pricing promotion, promising to save customers who switch a wireless number to a Sprint Framily plan up to $650.

The discount, called the Framily Switching Bonus, is for for new and current subscribers bringing a number from another postpaid carrier plan. Those who take advantage can receive up to $300 in credit for their current smartphone and a prepaid Visa card worth up to $350 to cover ETFs (after 10-12 weeks if the account is in good standing). The promotion runs from April 4 to May 8 in Sprint stores and online.

Framily plans begin at $55 per month per line for unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data. Each additional line discounts the monthly payment by $5, down to a minimum of $30 per line.

Sprint’s LTE network may not be the largest or fastest, but $650 is nothing to sneeze at. Anyone looking to take advantage?

Via: Sprint


  • Noel

    Customers on Att, Verizon and Sprint owe a huge gratitude to Tmobile…they have shaken up the cellular market for the betterment of everyone. Some of the big carriers are running a little scared behind the scenes…they are forced to bring some sort of version of what Tmo is doing. Reasons we need a vibrant Tmobile..not all the smoke screen of those trying to buy it and eliminate that major disruptive force.

  • TheDrunkenClam

    My gf has sprint.
    I have VZW unlimited.
    Gf: “babe you getting service here?”
    Me: “yup, 4G, five bars”.
    Gf: “nuh uh, really? .. Kay lemme use your phone”.

  • AndroidUser00110001

    Their network is still not up to par to make switch, in my area of course and where I travel too so in long run not worth it.

  • DimStyle

    I have Sprint. $145 a month for 2 lines, unlimited text, calls and data. Never have signal problems or LTE problems and I am in Louisville

  • frankyblike

    I have sprint and i hate it. There no LTE in san jose everytime i ask they just say soom, its been “coming soon” since 2 years ago.

    Utterly pathetic

  • Mark

    I don’t usually rip commercials, but these Sprint “Framily” commercials are so stupid (and thats an understatement). Whoever created them needs to be fired because they are awful

    • DimStyle

      They seem like they were put together by those monkeys in the oldcareer builder commercials but they were high

  • Ray

    AT&T: no no that’s not how it works Sprint it’s family wtf is framily

  • Droidzilla

    They for serious named it “Framily” Plan?

  • T_Dizzle

    Sprint is cdma like Verizon but coverage is nothing like Verizon, so no!

    • Brandon

      Except Sprint got the Nexus 5 and Verizon got nothing.

      • T_Dizzle

        But if you can’t make a call it makes a great smartphone worthless 🙂

    • Two separate comparisons with two ways of thinking and disparate technologies.

  • Bill Hill

    But.. its Sprint

  • DC_Guy


  • Ray

    You would have to pay me to be on Sprint

    • Scott

      I still wouldn’t do it.

    • Ditto. Literally, PAY ME & even then. They are getting WORSE, not better. How is that possible?! I mean, seriously?!

  • It’s really only $350, as you have to trade in your phone and buy a new phone. Heck if you had an iPhone 5S you could sell it yourself and get $500-$600 towards switching carriers.

    • wolfedude88

      Yeah it’s really 350. But you don’t actually have to trade your phone in, so you get up to $350, then sell the iphone 5s, then use that money as profit.

  • Jeffrey Huber

    What is this “Framily Plan” ?

    • Cael

      Sounds like something from a badly translated Japanese movie.

  • AngryBadger

    Is Sprint still looking to buy T-Mobile / is T-Mobile getting shopped around?

    • Kyle Wiggers

      I believe so.

    • Stone Cold

      DT says they aren’t rushing a sale of T-Mobile USA but they still want to in the future.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    No thanks Sprint. Thanks for offering though.