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As for the promotion itself, keep in mind that Hulu's Limited Commercials option, as the name implies, does not completely eradicate ads from your video watching - that's a job for Hulu's $12-a-month No Commercial plan. Signup for the offer will go live this Friday, November 17th, at sprint.com/hulu.
The partnership also enables Hulu, whose service is mainly geared toward younger audiences, to reach Sprint's broader customer base of families as well as share in subscriber revenue, the companies said.
Sprint said, "With this new collaboration, Sprint is offering the best price for unlimited entertainment with today's most buzzed-about streaming TV service, Hulu". Users will be able to stream games from the NFL, NCAA football, MLB, NBA, European Premier League soccer and more with the upgrade.More news: Newly discovered Earth-sized planet found orbiting quiet, nearby star
Sprint's unlimited plan is now priced at $60 per month (single line access) and provides Full HD streaming and "unlimited data" until you consume 23GB during a billing cycle. That is five lines of unlimited data plus Hulu for $100 a month. Hulu's benefits are more financial, since the service, according to TechCrunch, gets a piece of the revenue that Sprint gets from subscribers each month. The plan includes unlimited data, talk and text, as well as 10GB of hotspot data per line and HD streaming video.
T-Mobile has Netflix.
As Sprint noted in a press release, the Hulu service includes "thousands of hit TV series and movies", along with "acclaimed" original content. T-Mobile customers under the ONE family plan can stream Netflix for free with under the deal. The wireless carrier now is running a promo offering unlimited talk, text and data for $25 per month per line, with the fifth line free when you add five lines, with the special pricing applicable through January 2019.