You Can Get Free Hulu Streaming Service With Sprint's Unlimited Freedom Plan In November

Free Hulu streaming on Sprint Unlimited starting November 2017.

When will Sprint add free Hulu streaming services to their Unlimited Freedom Plan?

Hulu and Sprint announced that on November 17, Hulu's streaming service will come bundled with Sprint's unlimited wireless plan.

This is Sprint's latest attempt to lure customers over to their wireless coverage. T-Mobile is already offering free Netflix subscriptions, while AT&T offers free HBO.

So now, instead of asking yourself "who has the best cell phone coverage" you have to ask yourself "Am I more of a Game of Thrones fan or should I binge watch 30 Rock for the 73rd time?"

Will new or existing Sprint Freedom plan customers receive Hulu's Limited Commercial service?

Both new and existing Sprint Freedom plan customers will receive Hulu's Limited Commercial service. This service boasts thousands of TV shows and movies, along with Hulu's original programming such as the award-winning Handmaid's Tale.

In September, Hulu and Spotify sold discounted bundles to students, but this is the first time the streaming network has teamed up with a wireless carrier.

Did Sprint increase the cost of the Unlimited Freedom plan to cover the Hulu subscription?

The answer is no. Sprint did not increase the price of the Unlimited Freedom plan just to give you Hulu.

Hulu costs $7.99 for these services, but is running a limited time promotion of $5.99.

Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data at $25 per month per line, with the fifth line being free. It also comes with a 10 GB mobile hotspot.

However, the price for the Sprint plan will jump on January 31, 2019, so enjoy it when you can. In 2019, the plan changes to $60 for one line, $40 for a second, and $30 per month for three additional lines.

Users can sign up for the plan Friday, November 17 by going to Sprint on their phones and following the steps.

Sprint's 4G LTE network will be able to stream Hulu in HD, up to 1080p resolution.

Sprint also promises that their 4G LTE network will be able to stream Hulu in HD, up to 1080p resolution. Which is promising, as 80% of smartphone users are now reported to watch video on the phones.

Tim Connolly, the senior vice president and head of distribution and partnerships at Hulu said, "We know people love watching TV on their mobile devices, so we're making it easier than ever for Sprint customers to enjoy their favorite shows and movies on Hulu. This exciting partnership with Sprint gives TV fans nationwide a powerful, seamless entertainment experience that they can take with them, whenever and wherever they want."

One in three Sprint customers said that a video service bundle would make them stay with the carrier.

Whereas we once wanted a wireless carrier to just get reception at our house so we can sext whoever want in the privacy of our own HOME instead of a Starbucks, TV, movie, and music streaming services now play a huge role in which carrier people are choosing to purchase.

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