Comparison Chart Of Unlimited Wireless Plans For Business (Graphic: Business Wire)

Sprint (NYSE: S) is giving small-to-medium businesses some holiday cheer with the availability of a new Unlimited Freedom offer. When business customers switch at least one line to Sprint and sign up for Unlimited Freedom with AutoPay, they get unlimited data, talk and text starting at just $18 per month/line with five lines until Jan. 31, 2018. 1

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For one line of service, business customers pay $55/month; for two lines, $90/month; and the third, fourth and fifth lines are FREE through 1/31/18. Then customers pay the additional $25 per month for additional lines. With Unlimited Freedom, business customers no longer need to worry about running out of data or surprise overage charges. Enjoy unlimited mobile-optimized streaming videos, gaming and music, and unlimited 4G LTE data for most everything else, all while on the Sprint network.

Sprint business customers activating five lines will spend $18 per line per month 2, compared to T-Mobile's cost of $32 per line per month for five lines. 3

Also customers get a FREE J3 Samsung phone with each new line activation, starting with the second line. 4 Businesses can receive up to 10 free phones with the Unlimited Freedom for Business Bundle. T-Mobile's comparable bundle requires a minimum of five new activations and limits the number of free phones to five. 3

"We know small and medium businesses have a passion for growth," said Kimberly Green-Kerr, Vice President & General Manager of Small & Medium Business at Sprint. "So we strive to provide them the innovative resources at a value that will make their businesses agile to meet and exceed their customers' expectations."

Businesses may take advantage of this offer ( at Sprint stores and other retailers nationwide. The offer is available through December 1 for new activations, and customers need to port at least one line.

Unlimited voice and data allows business owners to send attachments and data such as product images, marketing collateral and business reports without any concern of overage costs.

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