Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) expands its portfolio of the Samsung Galaxy S8 series on November 17, with the inclusion of Samsung Galaxy S8 Active. This version of the device will be available in all company stores, online at firm’s website and by calling 1-800-Sprint1.
For a limited time, customers can switch to Sprint and buy Samsung GS8 Active at 50% off monthly payments with Sprint Flex at merely $17.71/month. And with Galaxy Forever, customers can switch to the latest Galaxy any time following 12 lease payments, exclusively from company. Samsung Galaxy S8 Active provides flagship performance with redefined resilience, enabling customers the flexibility to live an active lifestyle without being concerned about damaging their device.
Engineered from protective bumpers and high-strength aluminum for military-grade durability, the shatter, dust, water and shock-resistant Galaxy S8 Active endures tough hits and falls. Its screen is protected against inadvertent drops while offering the bright, vivid colors of the 5.8-inch Quad high definition Super AMOLED Display.
Galaxy S8 Active also showcases a large, long-lasting battery that can go over a day of usage on a single charge. In addition, on the back of Samsung’s latest fast charge and fast wireless charging features, it powers up conveniently and quickly.
Customers can switch to Sprint and get 4 lines of Unlimited for $25 a month per line, and the fifth line free when customer add five lines, that’s five lines of unlimited for just $100 a month. Sprint’s Unlimited plan comprises Unlimited data, HD streaming video, 10GB of hotspot data a line and talk and text. It’s the best offer for Unlimited, and 50% off AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon unlimited offers for a family of five.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Sprint declined more than 2% to close the day at $6.03. The decline came at a share volume of 16.54 million compared to average share volume of 19.62 million.
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