Sprint introduced a new data plan this morning. Priced at $90 a month, users get 12GB of high-speed data, unlimited talk and text, to split over up to 10 lines. Each mobile broadband that gets added to the plan, a $20 per month charge is collected by Sprint, or $10 a month for tablets.
“Sprint is reducing the data access charge on the $90 Family Share Pack plan from $25 to $15 for handsets. For customers switching their number to Sprint from another carrier, Sprint is waiving the access charge for handsets, tablets and mobile broadband devices on 12GB or higher data allowances for up to 10 lines for one year,” the company stated in the press release.
When compared to other carriers in the US, Verizon and AT&T offer a similar type of plan, but both are priced at $160 with only up to 4 lines of access. In terms of value, it is not bad.
Look below to see exactly how it works for customers.
How it works
- First, choose the shared data allowance. For example, for 12GB, it is $90 per month for up to 10 lines with the data access charge waived.
- Second, add data access for phones with unlimited talk and text while on the Sprint network.
- Third, add your tablet devices for $10 per month per line and mobile broadband devices for $20 per month per line.
- There is no early termination charge and no annual service contract with non-discounted phones.
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