• Sprint Adds New Monthly Rolling Data Prepaid Plan



    Just as we reported recently that AT&T would be removing their subsidy plans and Verizon has plans on doing the same by the end of the summer, Sprint comes and announces a new rollover data prepaid cellular plan. According the to U.S. mobile carrier, customers paying $35 per month will be able to get Sprintís Monthly Rolling Data feature, as well as a 30GB cap without a rolled-over data expiration.

    AT&Tís GoPhone is different than Sprintís, as customers need to be paying at least $45 per month and would have a 30-day rollover data expiration window. T-Mobileís feature requires customers to have a $60 per month plan and it would have a 12-month limit. It was noted that consumers would have to go to Best Buy in order to sign on for Sprintís new plan as it is exclusive to them only.

    Sprint noted that this new feature would only be a limited time offer, but they did not specify exactly when it would end. However, if you are interested in the Monthly Rolling Data, you can go to Best Buy and sign up for it now as it is effective immediately.

    Source: Sprint
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Sprint Adds New Monthly Rolling Data Prepaid Plan started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Eonhpi's Avatar
      Eonhpi -
      Sprint sucks
    1. itunesxtreme's Avatar
      itunesxtreme -
      When is sprint going to allow unlocking of its phones for use with domestic
      Cell phone carriers •
    1. SpiderManAPV's Avatar
      SpiderManAPV -
      Quote Originally Posted by itunesxtreme View Post
      When is sprint going to allow unlocking of its phones for use with domestic
      Cell phone carriers •
      When the law makes them.
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