Sprint is debuting a new four day promotional deal that decreases the price of the major US wireless carrier’s unlimited plan to $50 per month. At this price, those who avail of the special offer will get to enjoy unlimited data, plus unlimited voice calls and text messaging for ten dollars less than the normal cost. Sprint continues to offer a second line of service for $40 a month more, and any extra line added is $30 each.
Sprint is starting the new year by offering to give $200 to anybody who is switching to an unlimited plan. Specifically, customers who switch from a competitor wireless carrier to Sprint will be given a $200 prepaid card for each new unlimited line of service they add to their plan. This special offer is made available to both existing and new subscribers, as long as they switch at least a single line of service from a rival network. The deal runs through February 2nd.
C Spire Wireless has already gone full holiday mode. The sixth biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to launch a new unlimited data promo, which specifically delivers unlimited voice calls and data for a price of $65 per month. This special offer is only made available to mobile users who activate a new line of service on a smartphone by way of the mobile operator’s equipment installment plan with a two year agreement.
Maybe the biggest wireless carrier in the United States is just not a fan of unlimited data. Speaking at an investors conference recently held this week, Fran Shammo, the chief financial officer of Verizon Wireless, reiterated this position regarding unlimited plans.
T-Mobile’s new single unlimited plan -- T-Mobile One -- is set to go live on September 6th of this year, which is about a week away. But apparently, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States is bringing some last minute changes to its latest plan just days before it officially launches. What changes exactly? These include faster unlimited hotspot data, HD day passes, and the introduction of a new One Plus premium unlimited option.
In its most recent Uncarrier move, T-Mobile decided to get rid of all of its existing wireless plans and instead, offer just one unlimited plan option for new subscribers. But apparently, a lot of people reacted strongly to the major US wireless carrier’s decision, and they took to the T-Mobile Reddit thread to air their grievances. It seems that what really riled up these customers is that they now have to pay up for the new single option if they want to avail of a cheaper, limited plan.
T-Mobile is promising to bring unlimited LTE data to this summer’s highly awaited Olympic games happening in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Indeed, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has announced that it will provide postpaid subscribers under any Simple Choice plan with unlimited high speed data, as well as voice calls and text messaging absolutely free of charge, while they are attending the 31st Olympics in the Marvelous City.
For the record, Verizon Wireless has stopped offering unlimited data options to new subscribers for some time now, but the biggest wireless carrier in the United States still does have quite a number of existing long term customers under grandfathered unlimited plans. There are reports surfacing however that the Big Red may be planning to crack down on users who gobble up data excessively under those old unlimited plans.
For those who are traveling to other countries, going international with one’s smartphone or tablet device can be a bit of a hassle, especially for those who were not able to snag themselves a decent international roaming mobile plan. Indeed, for these users, they often have to rely mostly on Wi-Fi connections wherever and whenever they can find them, or else, swallow international roaming fees, which at times can reach seemingly exorbitant amounts.
You may have already heard of Sprint’s $75 Unlimited Hi-Speed plan. Among unlimited data plans offered by the Big Four (Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint), Sprint’s unlimited deal may be the cheapest. But customers can actually enjoy even more savings if they avail of Sprint’s offer at Best Buy.
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