Here comes another big bang offer from Sprint. It’s offering free unlimited 4G LTE for those who own specific Snapdragon-powered PCs for the rest of the year. It’s the best offer for those who have one of the first “Always Connected” Windows PCs.
Those who are buying the HP Envy x2 or the Lenovo Miix 630 or the Asus NovaGo can avail the free LTE offer from Sprint. All of these systems require a data connection to use the device to its maximum potential, and Sprint is hoping to sell on this. This best-seller networking offer lasts until December 31st this year. Once the free period is over, Sprint will charge you $5 with auto pay or $15 per month, unless you cancel the service.
However, the above-mentioned devices won’t be sold by Sprint and you’ll be required to buy them separately and apply Sprint’s deal. You can either get a SIM card online or in-store or even get it shipped and manually activate it. Previously, Sprint had tried a similar attractive deal when it had offered unlimited data for people to switch to its mobile services.
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