Sprint Customers Can Now Get a 30-day Free Trial of Showtime





Are you a Sprint customer? Right now you can get a 30-day free trial of Showtime from Sprint. Typically Showtime only offers a 7-day free trial and most services including Amazon Channels are still only offering a 7-day free trial.

In a tweet, today Sprint’s CEO Michel Combes announced the new deal:

Showtime will give you access not only to Showtime Originals like Ray Donovan, Shameless, and more but also access to many popular movies including The Chronical of Narnia, 50/50, Adventureland, and more.

To get this deal you will not only need to be a Sprint customer but also have the free mySpritn Rewards app. This app will give you discounts on a wide range of stores including Sam’s Club, Hotels, and even home delivery from Shipt to name a few. You can learn more about this program on the Spring Rewards website.

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