Best mobile phone deals with march – nerdwallet

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Mobile phone information mill trembling from the winter blues and marching into spring with a few strong promotions. Take a look at our favorites below.

Half off limitless


Sprint slashed prices on its limitless plan. At this time, new clients could possibly get one line for $50 or as much as five lines for $90. The promotion includes HD streaming and 10 gigabytes of high-speed hot place data, a big change from Sprint’s standard limitless plan.

There’s a couple of caveats, though. The marketing prices is just good until March 31, 2018. Next, you’ll pay regular cost, that is $60 for just one line, $40 for that second line and $30 for every additional line. Prices assume a computerized payment discount. Should you not choose to autopay, add $5 per line for your monthly costs.

The HD and hot place upgrades also disappear on March 31, 2018, departing you with standard definition streaming and 5GB of high-speed hot place data.

Find out more about this deal at Sprint’s website.

Free Galaxies


New and existing customers could possibly get two Samsung Universe S7 smartphones (one per line) free of charge having a mail-in rebate. It’s important to exchange your old phones, and existing customers have to activate a minumum of one new type of service. New clients need to have their old phone figures, too.

Now is a great time to help make the proceed to T-Mobile, too. The self-announced united nations-carrier is providing two lines of limitless high-speed data for $100 by having an autopay discount. That’s $20 from the regular cost of T-Mobile One, which now includes HD streaming and 10GB of mobile hot place access at 4G LTE speeds. Add $5 monthly per line if you like to skip automatic payments. Most taxes and charges are incorporated within the monthly cost in either case.

Find out more about this deal at T-Mobile’s website.

New iPhones at used iPhone prices

Boost Mobile

Best mobile phone deals with march - nerdwallet customers have to activate

Boost Mobile is knocking $200 from the cost of multiple iPhone models, such as the iPhone 7 and seven Plus, and $220 from the SE. Which means you can aquire a completely new iPhone SE 16GB just for $179.99 — almost $100 under the least expensive used model on Gazelle, a second hand electronics site.

An additional benefit: Boost Mobile can also be offering two lines with 10GB each just for $70 monthly, $65 if you go searching for automatic payments. Additional lines, as much as five total, are simply $25 monthly. This offer ends on April 10.

These promotions are for sale to new and existing customers.

Find out more about this deal at Boost Mobile’s website.

Kelsey Sheehy is really a staff author at NerdWallet, an individual finance website. Email: Twitter: @KelseyLSheehy.

Updated March 2, 2017.

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