For the cellular industry, a new year means new technology and new deals. Sprint offers a plethora of cell phone promotions, and Let’s Talk is here to help find the most up-to-date Sprint deals for you. Below we’ve compiled a list of the best phone deals available with the fourth largest network in the industry as of March 30, 2020.

Best Sprint phone deals:


#1 Sprint Deal

iPhone 11 Lease Discount: Save $355

For a limited time, Sprint is offering the iPhone 11 for just $15/month when you lease it on a new line of service through their Flex Lease program. That saves you $255 over the term of your lease—PLUS, when you switch to Sprint and bring your number, you get another $100 back on a prepaid Mastercard.

Pros:

  • Lease the hottest new Apple device on the cheap!
  • You can add a line on whatever Sprint plan you want.

Cons:

  • Sprint’s network only covers 27% of the country.

#2 Sprint Deal

Samsung Galaxy S20 5G Discount: Save $850

Sprint is offering a limited-time deal for the brand spankin’ new Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, the brand’s first flagship 5G-enabled smartphone. Normally the 18-month leasing price is $41.67/month for the Note10, but you can get it for free when you activate your lease on a new line. And if you want an even snazzier version of the phone, Sprint is leasing the Galaxy S20+ 5G for just $8.33/month and the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G for $16.67/month.

If you don’t mind not owning the device at the end of the Flex Lease, then this may be the deal for you—purchasing this phone outright will run you $1,400.

And for a limited time, Sprint is offering a $100 prepaid Mastercard when you bring your number to the carrier.

Pros:

  • A HUGE discount on an incredible, sophisticated device featuring the absolute latest in 5G wireless technology.

Cons:

  • As with all Sprint devices, you won’t own it at the end of the 18-month leasing agreement.

#3 Sprint Deal

Google Pixel 4 Discount: Save up to $430

If you’ve had your eye on the Google Pixel 4, this might be your chance to get it for cheap. For a limited time, you can lease the Pixel 4 for just $15/month with Sprint Flex Lease—you save $18.30/month or $330 total. All you have to do is add a new line or upgrade an existing line.

Want another $100 off? Port in your number to a new line of service and get $100 on a prepaid Mastercard.

Pros:

  • An awesome discount on Google’s newest release.
  • You don’t have to jump through several hoops to get this deal.

Cons:

  • You won’t own the Pixel 4 at the end of the lease without paying a lump sum.

#4 Sprint Deal

LG G8X ThinQ Discount: Over $300

Sprint is offering a great deal on the LG G8X ThinQ for just $15/month (more than 50% off). You just have to buy the device on Sprint’s 18-month Flex Lease and add one new line. Order online and receive a $200 prepaid Mastercard, then ANOTHER $100 Mastercard when you port in your number.

Pros:

  • A very steep discount on LG’s newest flagship device, one of the only dual screens on the market.

Cons:

  • You’ll have to pay extra at the end of the lease in order to own this device.

#5 Sprint Deal

Sprint Unlimited Kickstart: Save $300/Year

Sprint brought back its famous Unlimited Kickstart plan offering unlimited talk, text, and data for only $35/month when you switch carriers and BYOD or buy one outright.  However, there are no included extras bundled with the deal like mobile hotspots or Hulu.

While Sprint Unlimited Kickstart comes with unlimited 4G LTE data, it does limit video streaming to standard definition, music streaming to 500Kbps, and gaming up to 2Mbps, which is the same streaming quality offered in their Unlimited Basic plan at $60/month. (Note: The Unlimited Basic plan includes more perks like a Hulu subscription and mobile hotspot data.)

Pros:

  • This is an incredible deal on an unlimited data plan.
  • Sprint allows you to bring your own device, which keeps costs down.

Cons:

  • This plan has fewer perks than other Sprint unlimited plans, like Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, and Unlimited Premium.

#6 Sprint Deal

Five Line Family Plan: Save $720/Year

Sprint is offering a fantastic deal on a family plan when you switch carriers and activate five lines of service on the Sprint Unlimited Basic plan. Your third, fourth, and fifth lines are free, making each line $20/month, or $100/month in total.

The Unlimited Basic plan comes with a free Hulu subscription, a 500MB hotspot, standard quality streaming, and unlimited talk, text, and data. In addition, each line will receive unlimited talk, text, and unlimited high-speed data, as well as free texting and basic data in over 200 international destinations.

Pros:

  • Hulu Hulu Hulu!
  • Mexico and Canada privileges.
  • International data and texting.
  • Only $25/month per line.

Cons:

  • Fewer features than the Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Premium plans.
  • Low hotspot allowance for families who rely on hotspot.

#7 Sprint Deal

Google Pixel 3 Discount: Save up to $294

Sprint is offering a 50% discount on the Google Pixel 3. It normally costs $20.80/month for 18 months, but you can now grab this great device for only $10/month on Sprint Flex Lease. And when you bring your number over to a new line, you’ll get another $100 back on a prepaid Mastercard. Take advantage of this great discount today!

Pros:

  • It’s a nice discount on a pretty darn good phone and you don’t have to buy another phone in order to get this deal.

Cons:

  • There are some better and bigger discounts out there on Pixel devices.


About Sprint and Sprint Deals

Let’s Talk’s Editor’s picks for Sprint deals on Sprint plans, Sprint phones, and other promotions are updated every week. These deals may require new customers to sign up for Sprint wireless service, switch from different wireless carriers, or sign up and activate new devices on their Sprint Flex Lease program.

According to RootMetrics, Sprint’s coverage is the fourth-ranked wireless carrier in the U.S after Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T. In order to leave Sprint and unlock your device, you need to spend at least 50 days on a service plan with Sprint, pay off your phone in full, and pay off any outstanding balances. In addition, Sprint’s Flex Lease program does not allow customers to own their devices unless they pay anI’ extra fee at the conclusion of their Flex Lease agreements.