Best Buy and Sprint Offer Students Free Year of Service With Purchase of iPhone

Best Buy and Sprint Offer Students Free Year of Service With Purchase of iPhone

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Sprint and Best Buy are offering students a free year of service with the purchase and activation of a new iPhone or other eligible smartphone.

The list of eligible phones includes the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, LG G2, Lexus Nexus 5, HTC One, Motorola Moto X, and more. You will need to purchase them at the full Best Buy Student Offer Price (see image below).

The plan includes:
● Unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data for smartphones (Reg. $70/mo.), or
● Unlimited talk, text and blocked data for basic phones (Reg. $50/mo.)
● Easily add unlimited data for just $10/mo.
● All lines can enjoy unlimited talk, text and data while on the Sprint network with the Sprint Unlimited Guarantee — not just for now, but for life

As you have to purchase the phone outright, no term agreement is required. Bonus months can be earned for referrals.

Add a new phone line on the Unlimited, My Way or My All-inSM plan to the same account at Best Buy, and the account gets an additional 12 months of free service for the student lines to share. Referral line requires 2-yr. service agmt.

More details at the link below...

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Best Buy and Sprint Offer Students Free Year of Service With Purchase of iPhone

Best Buy and Sprint Offer Students Free Year of Service With Purchase of iPhone
alexhersh512 - November 26, 2013 at 10:26pm
Still better iphone plans at FreeMObileDataPlans because there you at least get Verizon network. Plus iphone service for only $30/month. This is not a good deal through Sprint.
Tzvi Filler - November 18, 2013 at 7:20pm
Looks like a good deal but the actual phone prices are very high
dude love - November 18, 2013 at 6:33pm
this is the same price as just signing a new contract and paying monthly
pete monroe - November 18, 2013 at 8:24pm
This isn't the same price. It is cheaper than a typical subsidized offer.
John - November 18, 2013 at 6:23pm
They will need a report card from the student or student ID
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