Sprint customers can now buy Amazon Prime on a month-to-month basis



Here’s something we never thought we’d say: Sprint is selling Amazon Prime to customers. Up until now, Amazon Prime has been available only from Amazon on a yearly subscription basis. Today, Sprint has announced a partnership with Amazon that allows them to sell Prime on a monthly basis. This sounds like awesome news, but there is a pretty big downside.

New or current customers can add Prime to their monthly bills for $11 per month. If you buy Prime for 12 months it would add up to $132. Prime is $99 per year from Amazon. Obviously, this is not something intended for yearly use. If you really need Prime for a couple of months, and can’t afford the $99 yearly rate, this could be a nice solution. It should be noted that you can easily get a free 30-day trial of Prime from Amazon.

Are there any Sprint customers who plan on taking advantage of this offer? We’re trying to think of a reason why you would need Prime for only a couple of months. In most cases, the 30-day free trial is enough. What do you think?

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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