Sprint introduces new data plans to compete with Verizon

Yesterday, Sprint announced new data plans called Better Choice Plans. Designed to give customers simplicity, value and a faster data connection, these plans are directly competing with Verizon‘s “The Verizon Plan“. The Better Choice Plans give customers more data at lesser prices than Verizon‘s plan.

Better Choice Plan Pricing:

  • S: 3GB for $30
  • M: 6GB for $45
  • L: 12GB for $60
  • XL: 24GB for $80
  • XXL: 40GB for $100

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In addition, each phone line you add will have a base cost of $20, but those lines will still have access to unlimited talk and text. If you go over your chosen high-speed data allotment, Sprint will throttle your data down to 2G speeds. To avoid throttling, you can add extra data to your plan each month at $15 per GB.

Sprint Better Choice Plans also include Sprint Global Roaming, free unlimited international texting from the U.S. to more than 180 countries, and a mobile hotspot that uses your data allotment. For a limited time, families can get four phone lines with talk, text and unlimited data for $37.50 per line.

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