Sprint Offering 3G/4G Day, Week or Month Pass for EVO View 4G
Sprint has begun offering new data plans for the EVO 4G, designed specifically for non-committal types. Consumers now have three no-contract options to choose from for the HTC EVO View 4G with prices that start as low as $15. Depending on how much data you need or how long you plan to use the 7-inch tablet, you’ll be able to select from a one day, one week, or one month data pass.
The plans break down as follows:
- Day: $14.99 for 150 MB of on-network usage in a 24-hour period (includes 50 MB off-network roaming usage)
- Week: $29.99 for 500 MB of on-network usage in a 7-day period (includes 100 MB off-network roaming usage)
- Month: $49.99 for 1.5 GB of usage in a 30-day period (includes 150 MB off-network roaming usage)
According to Sprint’s forums, the carrier’s mobile broadband devices will also be getting in on the same no-contract options, although as to exactly when still remain unclear.
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