Sprint’s Framily plans give groups of people the opportunity to save money per month on their wireless bills – when more people join a group, the less their bills will be. You have probably seen the silly commercials on TV that Sprint has released, so let’s go ahead and cut to the chase. AT&T’s subsidiary, Aio Wireless has introduced their own form of group rates, but sadly, they don’t have an awesome name like Sprint does with Framily.
Group Save Discounts allow up to five additional lines on an account, with each additional line on top of the primary account bringing in a monthly discount. The first eligible line has no monthly discount, but the second brings $10 a month in savings. The third line will nab you a $20 month discount, with the fourth and fifth eligible lines each bringing $30 in monthly savings. (more…)
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. (more…)
Announced today, Sprint is bringing Framily Plans to Best Buy stores, starting April 4. As of right now, Framily Plans are only purchasable through a Sprint store or through its website. In addition to this news, Sprint and Best Buy are handing out $100 Best Buy gift cards April 4 thru April 13 when customers also sign up for a Sprint Easy Pay device installment plan. (more…)
This morning, Sprint announced that will allow all eligible customers to upgrade their phones today as long as they sign-up for a program called Easy Pay. Easy Pay sounds like your typical early upgrade plan that the industry has fallen in love with over the last year, in that it requires you to make a downpayment followed by 24 additional monthly payments until the phone is paid off. Should you decide you want to upgrade before 24 months is up, you can pay off the balance of your current phone in one payment, and then upgrade again (with a down payment, and additional monthlies).
Should you decide you want some extra cash at the time of upgrade, you can trade in your phone through Sprint’s “highly acclaimed” Buyback plan. (more…)
That didn’t last long. Sprint, the last major carrier to
imitate respond to T-Mobile’s Jump! program with an upgrade plan of its own, One Up, decided to end it January 9. The company says One Up was scrapped in favor of the recently introduced Framily Plans. (more…)
It seems T-Mobile isn’t the only wireless provider with smarts enough to make “uncarrier” changes. Sprint announced today the addition of a mobile plan, the Sprint Framily Plan, that will allow new and existing customers to add up to 10 lines to a single bill. (more…)