Sprint’s new Unlimited Premium plan comes with Amazon Prime

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Sprint’s new Unlimited Premium plan comes with Amazon Prime
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Sprint has just announced a new unlimited wireless data plan with tons of bells and whistles, including an Amazon Prime membership.

The addition of Sprint Unlimited Premium comes after the wireless provider made changes to its unlimited plans in July, introducing Unlimited Basic and Unlimited Plus.

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Deal alert: Amazon Prime included with Sprint’s new unlimited plan

Unlimited Premium comes with unlimited data, talk and text. Here’s what else you get:

  • 50GB LTE mobile hotspot to keep all your devices connected
  • Amazon Prime membership
  • Hulu Limited Commercials subscription
  • Music streaming with TIDAL
  • Streaming in full HD
  • Global Roaming in more than 185 worldwide destinations
  • In Mexico and Canada, enjoy Unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data
  • Lookout Premium Plus

In a news release to announce the plan, Sprint says there’s also a limited-time offer of up to $20 per month of Uber rides for those who sign up for Unlimited Premium.

How much will this cost? Unlimited Premium is $90 per month with AutoPay. Taxes and fees are extra.

Here’s how to save a little money: If you bring your own device or buy a new one at full price, you can get a $10 discount per line, bringing the cost for one line of service to $80 per month.

For a single line of service, Unlimited Plus is normally $70 a month and Unlimited Basic is $60.

If you’re already paying for Amazon Prime, Hulu and Tidal, you know that those monthly subscriptions can add up. This plan may be worth a closer look for those who would really use all the extra perks.

Compare unlimited plans from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint and see more in our cell phone guide!

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