The fourth biggest wireless carrier in America has officially rebranded its Sprint Prepaid brand into Sprint Forward. The new prepaid brand promises 4 gigabytes of high speed data for $40 a month, as well as an unlimited version that costs $60 a month. As explained by Oscar Meza, a spokesperson for Sprint, the new Sprint Forward brand was first created a month ago, and was designed for mobile users who are looking to get a wireless plan that comes with a flexible pay in advance set up.
It appears that Sprint has just introduced a new limited time special offer that promises one whole year of unlimited voice call minutes, text messaging, and data -- absolutely free of charge -- to those customers who decide to switch from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobil
AT&T’s unlimited options include the Unlimited Plus, a high end plan that comes with a price of $90, and Unlimited Choice, a more affordable plan at $60 (but with connection speeds limited to 3 mbps and video content streamed at 480p standard def).
The number six wireless carrier in the United States has decided to offer new unlimited data plans designed for business entities. Indeed, C Spire Wireless is aiming to attract the enterprise customers by introducing plans starting at $70 each for the first and second lines of service, with as many as half a dozen additional lines for $20 each.
Yet again, T-Mobile is offering another new deal for mobile users who are considering switching to a new network. The wireless carrier’s latest offer promises a couple of unlimited lines of service for a price of $100, or if the customer is already under an existing T-Mobile plan, he can get 2 more lines for the price of one. By signing up for the Auto Pay option, customers can enjoy all inclusive pricing.
T-Mobile is introducing a new special offer that is made available only for a limited time. In this promotional deal, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to offer four lines of service of unlimited data for a price of $140. Specifically, users who opt to subscribe to a couple of lines of service of the mobile operator’s One Unlimited data plan will get to have a pair of extra lines of unlimited data for the price of one. To summarize:
CREDO Mobile, a mobile virtual network operator based in the city of San Francisco in California, has decided to debut a new unlimited plan that is priced at $80 for a single line of service. It is interesting to note that as an MVNO, the provider currently leases network capacity from the number one wireless carrier in the United States, Verizon Wireless. Even more intriguing is the fact that its new $80 plan appears to be identical to the Big Red’s unlimited offering:
More than a fortnight ago, Sprint had decided to keep the pricing of its Unlimited Freedom option consistent on the first four lines of service. That is, the first line of service is offered at $50, a couple of lines at $40 each, and then four lines at $30 each.
Not wanting to be left behind, the fifth biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to add a unlimited data plan for its prepaid customers. The new unlimited data option from US Cellular for prepaid users comes with a price of $70, and is an addition to its current $35 per month (which includes 1 gigabyte of data) and $45 per month (which includes 5 gigabytes of data) offerings.
Sprint has recently brought down the pricing of its unlimited data plan to $50 a month for one line of service. This piece of news comes right after the major US wireless carrier was reported to have discontinued its long running half off promo for new subscribers.
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