Sprint Expands No-Contract Plan Offers with Sprint Prepaid

  Sprint Expands No-Contract Plan Offers with Sprint Prepaid

      Sprint Prepaid offers smartphone plans as low as $45 per month for
  commitment-phobic fans seeking the control that comes with prepaying each

                 Sprint LTE and Sprint Spark devices included

Business Wire

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- March 14, 2014

Sprint (NYSE: S) is launching Sprint^® Prepaid today, a new branded offer for
those customers who want the control that comes with prepaying for their
wireless service each month, the savings that come with paying for the device
up front  with no long-term commitment contracts, and the benefit of being
with the Sprint brand.

“Our goal is to respond to customers’ shifting demands by featuring a variety
of wireless plans that meet different needs,” said Jeff Hallock, Sprint chief
marketing officer. “This new Sprint Prepaid offer allows us to play more
competitively in the monthly prepaid space. Prepaid plans are a viable
solution for many consumers, and we’re now making these available to people 
who have an affinity for the Sprint brand, are looking for savings, and desire
no-contract options without compromise.”

Similar to Sprint’s popular prepaid brands – Virgin Mobile USA and Boost
Mobile -- Sprint Prepaid is specifically designed for the Sprint customer who
doesn’t want to go through a credit check or has hit other spending or line
limits. With a prepaid plan, the customer pays in advance for the device and
for each month of service and does not receive a monthly bill.


Sprint Prepaid expands on the “As You Go” no-contract plan introduced last
year with new pricing, including smartphone plans for as low as $45 per month,
expanded merchandising and a stronger device lineup that includes LTE and
Sprint Spark™-capable options. At launch, top-selling smartphones eligible for
Sprint Prepaid  plans are:

  *Sprint Spark-enabled Samsung Galaxy S4^™ Mini
  *4G LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy S3^™
  *3G Moto G

Apple iPhone 4s Pre-owned is also available on Sprint Prepaid. Hallock said
that the list of available devices will grow throughout the year and that
feature phones will be added soon.

Sprint Prepaid customers will be able to participate in the popular Sprint
Buyback program which allows them to trade in an eligible device to earn
account credits. At launch, Buyback will be available to Sprint Prepaid
customers online only and customers will receive a credit to their account.
Customers can find more information at www.sprintbuyback.com including devices
accepted and amounts paid for each device.


Sprint Prepaid  customers can choose from two affordable plans for

  *Smart: $45: Unlimited talk and text, Wi-Fi enabled data only^1
  *Smart Plus: $60: Unlimited talk, text and data^2

The Smart Plus plan is for smartphones and includes unlimited talk, text and
data while on the Sprint network. Sprint Spark enhanced LTE capable devices
will also be available at launch and when in a Sprint Spark coverage area^3,
will allow users to experience Sprint’s fastest data speeds available. Basic
plans for feature phones will be introduced next month.

Accounts can be replenished, or Reloaded, in Sprint stores (cash or credit
card), online at Sprint.com/prepaid with a credit card, or by calling *3 from
the Sprint Prepaid device.

Sprint Prepaid is available in Sprint branded retail locations and through
Telesales at 855-639-4644. Visit the Sprint store locator at
sprint.com/storelocator. Customers can also find out more about Sprint Prepaid
at www.sprint.com/prepaid.


Sprint Money Express™ is one of the great features available with Sprint
Prepaid, allowing Sprint Android-powered smartphones to serve as cash-based
vehicles to access cost-effective financial services. The Sprint Money Express
app is an easy way for customers to send money, load checks and pay bills, and
it also includes a personalized, reloadable, Sprint-branded Visa prepaid card
to make purchases anywhere in the world that Visa debit is accepted.

The  Sprint Prepaid  Phone Insurance program provides four peril coverage
(loss, theft, accidental damage, out of warranty mechanical or electrical
breakdown). Customers have a 30-day window from the time they purchase a new
phone with an eligible rate plan to enroll in the Sprint Prepaid Phone
Insurance program.

Customers also have the option to purchase additional services, such as
directory assistance, international calling, and texting while on the
Nationwide Sprint Network and premium services or content by Reloading an
amount greater than their monthly payment to prepay for those services.

About Sprint

Sprint (NYSE: S) offers a comprehensive range of wireless and wireline
communications services bringing the freedom of mobility to consumers,
businesses and government users. Sprint served more than 55 million customers
at the end of 2013 and is widely recognized for developing, engineering and
deploying innovative technologies, including the first wireless 4G service
from a national carrier in the United States; leading prepaid brands, Virgin
Mobile USA, Boost Mobile and Assurance Wireless; instant national and
international push-to-talk capabilities; and a global Tier 1 Internet
backbone. The American Customer Satisfaction Index rated Sprint as the most
improved company in customer satisfaction, across all 47 industries, during
the last five years. Sprint has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability
Index (DJSI) North America in 2011, 2012 and 2013. You can learn more and
visit Sprint at www.sprint.com or www.facebook.com/sprint and

^1 Not available on iPhone 4S. Wi-Fi access requires Wi-Fi capable device.
^2 Includes 2.5GB/month of high-speed data. Video streaming may be limited to
3G speeds.
^3 Coverage not available everywhere.


Jayne Wallace, 908-660-0400
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