Starting on November 17th, an Unlimited Freedom plan will come with a free Hulu Limited Commercials subscription. The perk launches November 17 for new and existing customers; to sign up, head here. Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plans will set you back $60 per month for one line, but five lines will only cost you $100 until January 31st, 2019. T-Mobile already provides free Netflix for unlimited-data subscribers while unlimited-data AT&T users can get HBO gratis. The plan includes unlimited 1080p HD video streaming.
According to the latest report, America's fourth largest carrier is planning to expand its credit card offering across the country this week.
As for the promotion itself, keep in mind that Hulu's Limited Commercials option, as the name implies, does not completely eradicate ads from your video watching - that's a job for Hulu's $12-a-month No Commercial plan. The limited commercials plan offers access to Hulu's entire library of TV series and movies, including The Good Doctor, This is Us, The Mindy Project and originals like The Handmaid's Tale. Hulu's basic service sells for $5.99 a month for the first year, then bumps up to $7.99 a month. This exciting partnership with Sprint gives TV fans nationwide a powerful, seamless entertainment experience that they can take with them, whenever and wherever they want.
The carrier said earlier this month that it ended merger talks with T-Mobile because Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son was not prepared to relinquish control of the company.
The partnership also enables Hulu, whose service is mainly geared toward younger audiences, to reach Sprint's broader customer base of families as well as share in subscriber revenue, the companies said.