Sprint Quietly Offering $89.99 Unlimited Plan
With everyone talking about the $99 unlimited plans being offered by the 4 major carriers, Sprint has one-upped the competition. For $10 less than the competition, you can get unlimited voice, messaging, and push to talk use from the #3 carrier. Although it doesn’t offer any data use or other goodies such as Sprint TV or GPS navigation, it still bests T-Mobile’s unlimited talk/text plan.
Will any of the other carriers respond? Do they even need to? T-Mobile is picking up customers left and right where Sprint seems to be losing them at a pretty modest clip.
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