More NewsE*Trade In Promo Deal With Sprint

E*Trade In Promo Deal With Sprint

E*Trade Group Inc. launched a promotionoffering new customers 1,000 free long-distance minutes from Sprint Corp. while Sprint will pay E*Tradecustomers $50 to start using its phone service.

E*Trade Group Inc. launched a promotion offering new customers 1,000 free long-distance minutes from Sprint Corp. while Sprint will pay E*Trade customers $50 to start using its phone service.

Through Sept. 3, investors can get the free minutes when they open an account with a minimum investment of $1,000. Sprint will tell its customers about the E*Trade offer via monthly customer statements while E*Trade will advertise the offer in banner ads on its Web site.

E*Trade spent $59.9 million on advertising and marketing in the first three months of the year, according to Bloomberg News. Morgan Stanley, Dean Witter & Co.’s Discover Brokerage Direct is now offering $75 to customers who switch from another online brokerage.

E*Trade’s senior vice president of marketing, Jerry Gramaglia, joined the firm in June 1998 from Sprint, where he was vice president of marketing for the consumer division, responsible for its Internet promotional efforts.

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