Earlier today Sprint has revamped its unlimited plan offer simultaneously retiring the 50% off deal for new customers who decided to ditch their carrier on favor of Sprint. The carrier simplified the previous unlimited offer by reducing its price. The new Unlimited Freedom plans include limitless talking, texting and data for as little as $50 per month.
Sprint has just introduced new cheaper Unlimited Freedom plans. For just $50 per month you can enjoy unlimited services plus extra 10GB of high-speed data hotspot.
Starting tomorrow (April 7th) Sprint unleashes the new Unlimited Freedom plan starting as low as $50 per month for a single line. Those in need for more lines will have to pay $80 for two, $100 for three lines and $120 for a family plan of fours. As the name suggests, the offer provides its potential users with unlimited talk, text and data. In addition, the carrier also throws in 10GB of high-speed data hotspot and “limitless” 1080p video streaming. Streaming gaming will account for 8Mbps, while streaming music will go up to 1.5Mbps
When compared with other carriers, Sprint seems to deliver the best unlimited plan currently available on the market, as T-Mobile sells one line for $70, Verizon for $80 and AT&T for $90. Sprint is offering three lines for a Benjamin, whereas at T-Mobile you will get only two lines for that money. Not event to mention that Verizon and AT&T are selling two lines of unlimited plan for $140 and $145, respectively. Meanwhile, a family of four will have to pay $160 for unlimited everything at T-Mobile, $180 at Verizon and $185 at AT&T. This means that if you sign up for the Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom you will save up to $65 in the case of four lines, and up to $40 in the case of a single line.
No matter how tempting the Sprint’s offer looks on paper, you should be aware of few things before signing up. First of all, just as with all unlimited plans, when you reach 23GB of data usage, Sprint will de-prioritize your speeds. In practice it means that if you try to use your data during high network congestion, your speeds may be reduced. Another thing is that the promotional pricing lasts only for a year. Those who will enroll tomorrow, will enjoy four lines for $120 until June 30th, 2018. After that time, the prices will increase to $60 for one line, $100 for two lines, $130 for three lines and $160 for four lines. So your original $120 bill will switch to $160 per month.
Other than that except for announcing a new unlimited plan, Sprint also shared a news that the 50% Off switcher promo first launched in 2015 will be no longer available, just as the Better Choice plans.