Sprint intros Framily plans for January 10


New option promises group savings with separate bills

Sprint on Tuesday introduced its latest weapon in the battle against other wireless providers. Called “Framily” plans (no joke), they allow groups of up to ten lines to share in the billing of service. These new plans will be offered to new and existing Sprint customers when they take effect on January 10. Unlike plans from other carriers, Sprint lowers the cost per user based on the number of people in the plan

For one line of service, new Sprint customers pay $55 per month per line for unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data. For each additional new Sprint customer that joins the Framily group, the cost per person goes down $5 a month up to a maximum monthly discount of $30 per line. Build a group of at least seven people and everyone gets unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data for $25 per month per line (pricing excludes taxes and surcharges).

Each member in the collective can tailor their plan to match their needs.

For only $20 per month per line, Framily members can buy up to unlimited data plus get a new phone every year. Plan members can share the savings, without the hassle of sharing a bill. Each account can be billed separately. Unlimited features are while on the Sprint network. 

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The Sprint Framily Plan will be available in Sprint company-owned stores and Sprint third-party dealers beginning Friday, Jan. 10. Visit www.sprint.com/framily for more information.

While this sounds incredible on the surface, getting that many people together could prove to be a task. Not too many of us have that many family members. Then again, since it allows friends to get in on the action, it could be worth the effort!

How does a Framily Plan sound to you?


  1. […] In the last few weeks I have seen TV commercials announcing the Sprint Framily plan. It’s a new twist on the traditional family phone plan. I have to admit, I’m a little intrigued. Our current family plan is expensive and we never use anywhere near the minutes allotted and very little data (which is unlimited on our plan).  It seems like we are paying a ton to have features that we don’t need. With the Framily plan, you could potentially have a phone bill as low as $25 per month (depending on the amount of people on your plan). Will this new plan make Sprint competitive with the bargain no-contract phones? From what I see, it appears that with just a few people on your Framily plan, it may be priced better than most of the other family plans on the market. Will this put Sprint back in the game? […]

  2. Framily plan is good if you can get people to sign up on it I need people my I’d is I00375531VP last for digits of phone 3480