Sprint has launched a new top-tier unlimited data plan today called Unlimited Premium. It brings more than just unlimited mobile data for a fixed monthly rate. The incentives that the carrier is offering will be enticing for many customers. It costs $90 per month for customers who set up autopay and offers them an Amazon Prime membership as part of the unlimited data plan, and that’s not all.


The carrier points out that it’s not a partnership with Amazon but merely an incentive that it’s offering on its own to customers who opt for the Unlimited Premium plan. The Sprint Unlimited Premium plan offers subscriptions to Tidal Premium and ad-supported Hulu in addition to the Amazon Prime membership which alone costs almost $120 annually.

Sprint says that all of these services combined would cost at least $130 so customers who opt for this plan will get $40 in monthly savings which results in savings of almost $500 per year.

As if that’s not enough, Sprint is also offering customers $20 monthly Uber credit if they sign up for the plan in the near future. A further $10 bill discount is offered to customers who bring their own device to the network or buy one at full retail.

Customers will also receive unlimited data, talk, and text. They get 50GB LTE mobile hotspot data, streaming in full HD, global roaming on more than 185 worldwide destinations in addition to unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada.

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