Sprint Breaks Down International Borders with Canada and Latin AmericaBy Dania Vargas Austryjak
Unlimited calling and text with “Open WorldSM”
Living in a globalized world where communication is part of everyday life, international boundaries shouldn’t exist. That way we can all be closer, at least virtually speaking. U.S. communications service company, Sprint, just launched an add-on service to break down borders with free calling and texting to Mexico and Canada as well as other perks for service in many other countries.
What does Sprint Open WorldSM offer to its customers? First off, this service is available for new or existing customers and is a free service that is added to the existing plan. It benefits customers who want to communicate to Mexico and Canada, as well as other countries with no cost or minimum pay.
Specifically, the Sprint Open WorldSM add-on works like this when traveling to including countries: Mexico, Canada, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Paraguay.
*Free Unlimited Talk
*Free Unlimited Text
*1GB of high-speed data
When in the U.S., users can make free calls to Mexico and Canada, free texting and discount calling to other included countries.
Besides these services, Sprint also offers additional coverage of free text, calling for 20¢/min. and data for $30/GB (billed in KB increments) when traveling in additional countries: Australia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Palestinian territories, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Before making any changes, review details and conditions for this new Sprint Open WorldSM add-on service, and if it’s the right move for you, go ahead and enjoy this great no-boundaries service.
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