Sprint Offers Free Unlimited LTE Data For Snapdragon PCs

Posted: May 19 2018, 9:47am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Sprint Offers Free Unlimited LTE Data for Snapdragon PCs

Sprint will Give Absolutely Free of Cost LTE Data for Snapdragon-Powered PCs This Year

Sprint is looking forward to providing free unlimited 4G LTE to PC owners for the remaining months of 2018. These PCs will contain Snapdragon power units inside them. This program is meant to assist users who possess Always Connected Windows PCs.

Most of these have paid information plans under normal circumstances. Those consumers who happen to make a purchase of an HP Envy x2, a Lenovo Miix 630 or Asus NovaGo will be getting free LTE service courtesy of Sprint.

This offer lasts until December 31st of 2018, according to Engadget. Beyond this, the data program will cost $5 in conjunction with auto pay or $15 on a monthly basis.

For those who would like to cancel their subscriptions, this offer will not be valid. What is known as a data connection facility is the unique selling point of such gadgets?

Sprint is an organization that is keeping its fingers crossed regarding this novel program. It hopes that its customers will find the service useful and begin paying cash for it in the future.

However, there is a catch. Sprint doesn’t have a monopoly on these contraptions. So customers will have to purchase them on their own and consult the carrier for the lucrative deal.

What this essentially means for the consumer is that he or she will obtain a SIM card online, from a store or via shipment. This will accompany the PC.

The rest of the process is easy enough. Activation of the free LTE facility will be a cinch. Besides Sprint, T-Mobile tried this strategy four years ago with some success.

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