Sprint Offers Free Hulu To Unlimited Freedom Plan Customers

Doris Richards
November 15, 2017

The Sprint-Hulu pact comes after T-Mobile teamed up with Netflix to bundle Netflix's standard streaming service for subs on unlimited family plans, and AT&T expanded its offer of free HBO to all unlimited-plan customers.

Sprint struck a deal with Hulu to offer subscribers with the wireless carrier's Unlimited Freedom plan access to Hulu's limited-commercials VOD package - normally $7.99 per month - for no additional cost, starting November 17.

Starting November 17th, Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan customers will receive a free Hulu Limited Commercials subscription.

Under the agreement, Sprint's unlimited plan, priced at $60 a month for a single line, will cover Hulu's $7.99 a month basic subscription. Earlier this year, Sprint tested a promotion with Dish Network Corp's streaming service Sling TV in Chicago and Atlanta.

The agreement with Hulu gives Sprint an additional perk to offer subscribers as it plots a future as a standalone company. Currently, the Sprint Credit Card is offered in over 500 Sprint stores in the United States, giving customers loyalty points which can then be spent on Sprint phones, accessories, and cellular services.

"We don't necessarily believe you have to own the content", he said.

"In a first of its kind partnership with Sprint, we're providing financing to customers who value advanced mobile communications that connect them to things that matter most", according to a page on the website of Home Credit U.S.

Hulu is owned by Walt Disney Co, Comcast Corp, Twenty-First Century Fox Inc and Time Warner.

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