Sprint blesses customers with 60 days of Amazon Prime for free

Sprint on Friday kicked off the month with a new promotion for its customers who sign up for Amazon Prime. Starting from today, and running through the end of July, those who add Amazon Prime to their account will receive 60 days of benefits at no cost.

Sprint recently began giving its subscribers the option to add Amazon Prime to their plan at a rate of $10.99 per month. Rather than paying $99 all at once, it’s a good way to spread out the costs. On the other hand, it does end up costing more money in the end. Total cost for one year comes out to $132 annually.

Those who sign up in July will get the first 60 days for free, after which Sprint will charge the normal rate. Unfortunately, those who already have a Prime account don’t get any extra benefit.

Amazon Prime includes Prime Video and Prime Music streaming services, Prime Photo online storage, video games, early and exclusive access to deals, and free two-day shipping.

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