Sprint introduced new Business Share Plans and the carrier is offering customers up to $300 to switch over from other carriers.
Under Sprint’s new plans, businesses can share 20GB of data across 10 lines for $90 a month. The buckets top out at $675 a month for 200GB and 50 lines. Smartphone device charges run $35 for subsidized phones and $15 for unsubsidized.
The carrier says its new business offer represents a 56 percent savings over similar offers at AT&T and Verizon.
Through Oct. 31, Sprint will also be offering a $150 credit for porting over a line and a minimum $150 trade-in credit for devices. Through Sept. 30, the carrier is offering higher trade-ins for iPhones—up to $200 for a 5C and up to $300 for a 5S.
“We came, we saw and we conquered the demons in the market that are gouging businesses with their higher price plans,” Sprint Business president Matt Carter said in a statement.
In addition to the new Business Share Plans, the carrier is rolling out Sprint Business Fusion Unlimited, a single-line unlimited plan running $45 with an unsubsidized device and $65 without. The port-in and trade-in credits also extend to single-line business customers.