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Apr 12, 2001

Sprint is continuing to offer new and existing customers a few select iPhone and Apple Watch-related discounts this month. Below we've rounded up each of these offers and explained how you can get them, so be sure to check out each deal before they expire.

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iPhone XR

Sprint has an ongoing flash sale on the 64GB iPhone XR, priced at $8 per month when you sign up for an 18-month Sprint Flex lease and add a new line of service. Within two bills you'll see a bill credit of $17 per month added onto your account.


This offer will end on October 10.

iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

For the latest iPhone 11, Sprint is offering the 64GB iPhone 11 for $0 per month with eligible device trade-in, an 18-month lease, and new line activation. After this, you'll get $29.17 credited to your account every month.


The same offer can be applied to the more expensive 64GB iPhone 11 Pro and 64GB iPhone 11 Pro Max, which would end up priced at $12.50 per month and $16.67 per month, respectively.

These offers will expire on November 7.

iPhone 8

You can get the 64GB iPhone 8 for $10 per month or the iPhone 8 Plus for $14.17 per month, when you sign up for an 18-month lease and add a new line of service. Both iPhone 8 models will see a credit of $8.75 added to your bill each month, beginning within two bill cycles.


This offer will end on November 7.

10.2-Inch iPad

If you're looking to add a tablet to your Sprint account, you can get the 32GB 10.2-inch iPad for $4.17 per month once you agree to a 24-month billing agreement, add a new line on a qualifying plan, and have one active handset on your account.


At this discounted rate, the total cost of the new 7th generation iPad is reduced to $99.99. The deal is available in all three iPad colorways: Space Gray, Gold, and Silver.

This offer will end on October 24.

Apple Watch Series 5

Finally, Sprint has discounted the Apple Watch by 50 percent off this month, including the new Series 5 models. The offer requires you to sign a 24-month Installment Billing agreement, activate a new watch plan, and have one active handset on your Sprint account.


Once you meet all of these criteria, you'll see 50 percent off your cellular Apple Watch model of choice (excluding the 44mm Stainless Steel case with Milanese Loop band) via monthly bill credits. For Series 5 models, this means you can pay as low as around $10 per month for the device.

This offer will end on October 17.

Our full Deals Roundup has even more information on all of the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

Article Link: Deals Spotlight: Sprint Offers Savings on iPhone XR, iPhone 11, 10.2-Inch iPad, and Apple Watch Series 5


macrumors 65816
Mar 8, 2012
I know that iPhone without network is called iPod, correct me if I’m wrong .
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macrumors 68020
May 27, 2014
Buying an iPhone and putting it on sprint is like putting a Ferrari on a highway with a 25mph speed limit.
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macrumors newbie
Oct 7, 2019
Sprint has the worst service out of any company I have tried. For free, I wouldn’t take the phones on their network.
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macrumors regular
Jun 14, 2013
Rio Rancho, NM
Too bad the deals are always for the BIG 3. Im switching to Patriot Mobile once my iPhone X is paid off through Verizon

Patriot Mobile seems awfully expensive for what you get. Are the towers better for where you live?
Buying an iPhone and putting it on sprint is like putting a Ferrari on a highway with a 25mph speed limit.

But you still get to drive the Ferrari. Sprint is so bad, you need WiFi.

So I think a more apt example is riding the Ferrari while hitched to a tow truck.


macrumors newbie
Dec 12, 2013
I find all the Sprint hate strange.

My family were on Sprint when we moved to our new house, but switched to Verizon because of a $250 BYOD per line promo.

We’ve found the service to be *far superior* on Sprint, so we switched back as soon as we got the prepaid gift cards from Verizon.

As a bonus, when we switched back, we got on the $25 “Unlimited Kickstart” plan.

It’s also $15/month for unlimited data with each of our iPads.

In my own personal experience, as long as you don’t live in the boonies, there is no reason to pay a premium for AT&T or Verizon.



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macrumors G3
Aug 3, 2006
I have Sprint right now and while their LTE speeds are really bad compared to Verizon, their download speeds and coverage are about the same as AT&T and FAR SUPERIOR to T-Mobile where I live. Plus I signed up when they were doing the free service for a year promo, so I’m not going to complain.
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