Sprint is kicking off the Labor Day weekend with a brand new unlimited plan in addition to Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Basic. This new option is called Unlimited Premium and according to Sprint, “includes a combination of top-notch features and services that customers won’t find anywhere else in wireless.” Well, let’s explore that and find out if it’s true.
The new Unlimited Premium plan from Sprint includes the following:
- Unlimited talk, text, and data
- 50GB LTE hotspot data
- Amazon Prime membership
- Hulu Limited Commercials subscription
- TIDAL music streaming
- Video streaming in Full HD
- Global Roaming in 185+ countries
- Unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada
- Lookout Premium Plus
The cost? For a single line with autopay, Sprint Unlimited Premium costs $90/mo. Sprint says that if you subscribed to all of the included services there, you’d spend $130 per month.
Want to spend less than $90/mo? If you bring your own phone to Sprint or buy one at full retail, they’ll reduce the monthly cost by $10/mo.
How does this differ from Unlimited Plus? Sprint is bumping the hotspot from 15GB to 50GB, the Mexico and Canada data from 10GB to unlimited, and adding Amazon Prime and Lookout Premium Plus.