Sprint will start offering Hulu to its Unlimited Freedom customers

It was only a couple of months ago that T-Mobile announced it would be offering free Netflix subscription for its customers. Now, it looks like Sprint is taking a page from team Magenta's book because it will start offering free Hulu for its customers starting on November 17.

The promotion will apply to any current or new customers that are on the Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan. Those on the plan will be able to take advantage of Hulu's Limited Commercials plan, which offers a wide variety of television programming from the likes of Fox, ABC, CBS, and more. The service also offers a variety of original content like the currently popular The Handmaid's Tale.

While this deal certainly seems similar to T-Mobile's, Sprint does stress that it offers a much better rate plan if you switch from your wireless carrier. Currently, you can get unlimited everything for just $25 a line when signing up for a four line family plan. For a limited time, the carrier is also throwing in an extra line for free. If interested, you can always head to the Sprint website for more details.

Source: Sprint via The Verge

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