Sprint Trumps T-Mobile’s 7-Day iPhone “Test Drive” With Monthlong Framily Plan Trial

The one-upmanship between mobile providers continues. Just days after T-Mobile announced its “T-Mobile Test Drive” program that lets you try out an iPhone 5s and the associated 4G LTE network free for seven days, Sprint announced a 30-day risk-free trial.

You can try out Sprint’s service for a month for free, and the company thinks you’ll like what you get. “We believe customers will be delighted with the Sprint retail experience, our customer service, and the performance of America’s newest network, so we’re guaranteeing it,” said Sprint CEO Dan Hesse in a press release.


The trial offer is part of a Sprint campaign to beat the drum about its recent changes. Sprint has overhauled its network and now offers 4G LTE service in 471 markets. It’s also developed Sprint HD voice for better call quality, and it’s launched Sprint Spark high-speed mobile service (6-15Mbps average, 50-60Mbps peak) in three new markets, bringing the total to 27 cities.

You can take advantage of the 30-day trial starting on June 27th.