Sprint customers now can pay for Amazon Prime through their bill, get first 60 days free

Sprint has announced that customers can now sign up for Amazon Prime service through Sprint. This will allow customers to pay for the service on their Sprint bill for $10.99 per month.

From Sprint:

Sprint, the exclusive wireless retailer of Amazon Prime, offers customers the convenience of adding Amazon Prime to their monthly wireless bill for just $10.99. AND…for the month of July, customers can enjoy all the benefits of Amazon Prime on us (for 60 days). After that, they can continue with the monthly service or cancel at any time.

Customers wishing to add Prime to their Sprint bill can head over to Sprint's Prime site, call 1-(800)-SPRINT1, or head to a Sprint store to sign up. You'll get an activation link in a text message, which you'll need to click to finish the process.

Sprint is also the official wireless retailer of Amazon Prime Day, a sales event during which Amazon will offer Prime members deals on a wide variety of products. Prime Day will take place on July 12.

Joseph Keller
  • And how is this relevant to Windows news?  Looks like an ad disguised as a news story to me.
  • Exactly!
  • Oh, get over it. The same article is on the other 2 sites. They frequently post articles about carriers that aren't specifically windows related. Part of being a mobile centric news site Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Sprint offers Windows devices?
  • Sprint must be desperate :/