Sprint offers free data option for those traveling to Pyeonchang

Spring it making data "worry free" for those traveling to South Korea for the 2018 Winter Games that want to share this amazing experience with their family and friends. Sprint customers will not run out of high-speed data nor will they suffer bill shock when returning home. With Sprint, customers don't need to plan for international travel. It simply works around the world when they need it.

"Sprint continues to lead the competition by providing customers free international text and data in more places around the world than any competitor and offers the best options for high-speed data," said Roger Solé, Sprint chief marketing officer. "We want customers heading to South Korea to have the most memorable experience and the ability to capture those moments and share with their loved ones without changing plans, fearing excessive data charges or suffering data caps." Did you know, international service is included with all Sprint plans, and customers can stay connected with international texting and basic data coverage in more than 185 international destinations,1 more than any other U.S. carrier. And with Sprint, customers have the best options for fast data with great rates for one-day or one-week high-speed passes accessible on-the-fly while traveling with just a few simple clicks from their smartphone. During the Winter Games, speed and staying connected is important. Sprint is giving fast data, voice and text to customers traveling to South Korea for free throughout the games2 Feb. 1 through March 18. Sprint makes international service simple and worry-free. Customers can learn more about Sprint Global Roaming and the more than 185 featured destinations that are included in the industry's largest low-cost service area by visiting www.sprint.com/globalroaming, a Sprint store or calling 1-800-SPRINT1.