Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) wants consumers traveling to South Korea for the upcoming 2018 Winter Games to share this remarkable experience with their friends and family worry-free! The company consumers will not face shortage of high-speed data nor will they find big bills when returning home. With company, consumers don’t need to plan for global travel. It simply works across the world when they require it.
Roger Solé, the Chief Marketing Officer of Sprint, expressed that the company continues to be frontrunner by offering consumers free international data and text in more places across the world than any peer and provides the best alternatives for high-speed data. They want consumers heading to South Korea to witness the most memorable experience and the facility to capture the moments and share those moments with their loved ones without altering plans, suffering data caps or fearing excessive data charges.
Global service is comprised with all Sprint plans, and consumers can stay connected with basic data coverage and global texting in more than 185 global sites, more than any other carrier in the U.S. And with Sprint, consumers have the best alternatives for fast data with higher rates for one-week or one-day high-speed passes available on-the-fly while roaming with merely a few simple clicks from user’s smartphone.
During the 2018 Winter Games, staying connected and speed is vital. Sprint is offering fast data, text and voice to consumers traveling to South Korea for free all through the games, February 1 through March 18. The company makes global service worry-free and simple.
Consumers can know more about Sprint International Roaming and over 185 featured sites that are included in the market’s largest low-cost service region by visiting company’s online platform. On the other hand, customers can approach a Sprint store to get the details.
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