Sprint has announced a new plan called Unlimited Freedom that offers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $60 per month. A second line can be added for $40 per month, while up to eight more lines can be added for an additional $30 per month each. The total cost for a family of four, for example, would be $160 per month, the same price as T-Mobile's new ONE plan for that many lines.

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Unlimited Freedom automatically optimizes select content, limiting video streams to up to 480p resolution, gaming up to 2 Mbps, and music streams up to 500 kbps. The carrier did not specify if tethering is included, or if customers will be able to upgrade to unlimited HD video and music for an additional monthly charge. T-Mobile ONE offers unlimited HD video for an additional $25 per month.

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Sprint also announced that its prepaid subsidiary Boost Mobile is launching a new Unlimited Unhook'd plan featuring unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data, with the same content optimizations, for $50 per month. Up to four additional lines can be added for $30 per month each. The new plans from both Sprint and Boost Mobile are available for new and existing customers starting tomorrow.

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B4U Avatar
68 months ago
Sprint reminds me their advertisement a few months back where they are slashing our AT&T bills in half.
They forgot to mention they would also slash the data speed and signal reception in half.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
willmtaylor Avatar
68 months ago
But. It's. Still. Sprint.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iClone Avatar
68 months ago
T-Mobile really did shake up the industry. It's much more competing now
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SandboxGeneral Avatar
68 months ago
Yes, indeed T-Mobile is changing the game for the big three carriers as they gain more customers, expand their networks and come up with enticing deals.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
68 months ago
But. It's. Still. Sprint.
And AT&T is still AT&T.

Not everyone needs to have a webpage load in 1 millisecond nor do they expect to have blazing 4G LTE speed wherever they may be.

For some people, Sprint doesn't work well for coverage reasons. And for others like myself, the Sprint service works well for the coverage area and needs.

I think some of the users here like to bash Sprint just because they can, without taking the time to engage the brain before posting.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
willmtaylor Avatar
68 months ago
And AT&T is still AT&T.

Not everyone needs to have a webpage load in 1 millisecond nor do they expect to have blazing 4G LTE speed wherever they may be.

For some people, Sprint doesn't work well for coverage reasons. And for others like myself, the Sprint service works well for the coverage area and needs.

I think some of the users here like to bash Sprint just because they can, without taking the time to engage the brain before posting.
Don't be so naive. It's not about milliseconds and 50Gbps LTE. Its about basic reception and usable speed. I'm not paying for something that doesn't work.

Sprint INVITES the bashing with their deceptive advertising and dares ATT & VZW customers to compare networks. And guess what? It's not even close.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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