The war between Sprint and T-Mobile continues to rage on. The two carriers have been duking it out with increasingly good deals since T-Mobile started pulling Sprint customers away with its Un-carrier moves. Sprint is firing back with a new promo that’s aimed squarely at T-Mobile’s customer base in an effort to recoup lost customers.
Sprint is offering a $200 minimum trade-in value for working T-Mobile smartphones when T-Mobile customers transfer their number over to Sprint. Added onto that, Sprint will give T-Mobile customers up to $350 on a prepaid card to help pay off equipment installment balances left on phones. The deal makes it incredibly affordable for T-Mobile customers to switch to Sprint. The switch is enhanced by Sprint’s $60 unlimited everything plan that offers unlimited talk, text and data for $60 per month, without a contract.
The move is a great example of the free market at work, with both carriers fighting to offer the better deal to customers, ultimately resulting in lower prices and greater value for customers. The promo will likely bring more than a few customers over to Sprint, which is what the company is intending.
Are you tempted to switch to Sprint with this offer?