Sprint announces 20GB data Family Share Pack for $160

Sprint announces 20GB data Family Share Pack for $160

A limited-time promotion drops the price to $100 and adds another 2GB per line

Sprint on Tuesday rolled out a new shared Family Share Pack plan which offers 20GB of data for $160 per month. At double the allotted data that AT&T and Verizon provide for the money, it’s the first of a number of plans to be announced this week. For the money, customers can spread the bucket of data across four lines of service and receive unlimited talk and text. As an added incentive, Sprint will give families up to ten lines of service for a mere $100 per month. What’s more, the carrier will toss in an extra 2GB of data per line. Indeed, a four line family plan would get 28GB of data for only $100 per month. A ten-line plan would cost the same $100 and allow for 40GB of data across the entire account. sprint_switch_plan The promotional plan runs from August 22 to September 30. And, as if that was not enough to cut ties with your current provider, Sprint will cover up to $350 worth of early termination fees (ETF) per line. Sprint

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