1. Dummonger's Avatar
    I believe this is due to sprint's contract ending with clear
    2011-10-24 05:33 AM
  2. RICO_'s Avatar
    I told you Sprint was going to do this. I told you!
    2011-10-24 06:38 AM
  3. Kinkme93's Avatar
    I jus switched to sprint! I miss AT&T hahah fml
    2011-10-24 09:32 AM
  4. monish1's Avatar
    Throughout all of 2011, the unlimited data plan has become a thing of the past. Allowing a customer to suck up as much bandwidth as they’d like and only pay one fee was really a draw for some users to join a network. Today, Sprint announced they have plans to end they data buffet and will discontinue unlimited data plans on all phones except those that will be discontinued. If you are using a tablet, netbook or other mobile hotspot, the usage of the 4G network will be capped just like that of the 3G services. Earlier this year, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA have capped their data plans for the same reasons.
    2011-10-24 11:08 AM
  5. fine12's Avatar
    The reason why i want to do this is because the sprint store doesnt have any in stock and i can reserve on apple.com and i want to trade in my old phone to put it towards my iphone 4s purchas?
    2011-10-24 11:38 AM
  6. BenderRodriguez's Avatar
    Throughout all of 2011, the unlimited data plan has become a thing of the past. Allowing a customer to suck up as much bandwidth as they’d like and only pay one fee was really a draw for some users to join a network. Today, Sprint announced they have plans to end they data buffet and will discontinue unlimited data plans on all phones except those that will be discontinued. If you are using a tablet, netbook or other mobile hotspot, the usage of the 4G network will be capped just like that of the 3G services. Earlier this year, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA have capped their data plans for the same reasons.
    I don't know about u but I love my unlimited data plan the only issue for me is I'm in a family unlimited plan that We were grandfathered in
    2011-10-24 02:08 PM
  7. cmwade77's Avatar
    Just so everyone is aware if they are not grandfathering you in to an unlimited plan you have 30-60 days (depending on where you live) to get out after the change, and not have to pay an early termination fee and don't let them tell you otherwise.
    2011-10-24 06:56 PM
  8. raduga's Avatar
    Just so everyone is aware if they are not grandfathering you in to an unlimited plan you have 30-60 days (depending on where you live) to get out after the change, and not have to pay an early termination fee and don't let them tell you otherwise.
    Since they are the ones terminating the 'unlimited plan' early,
    shouldn't Sprint be paying early termination fees to affected customers?
    2011-10-24 07:01 PM
  9. BenderRodriguez's Avatar
    Since they are the ones terminating the 'unlimited plan' early,
    shouldn't Sprint be paying early termination fees to affected customers?
    Or at least take more then $70 a new iPhone to upgrade, at least that's what I was told
    2011-10-24 08:24 PM
  10. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
    Or at least take more then $70 a new iPhone to upgrade, at least that's what I was told
    huh?
    2011-10-25 04:51 AM
  11. BenderRodriguez's Avatar
    Lol Anthony, if your available for an upgrade they will only pay $70 of the new phone, the upgrade is only woth at max $70 or at least that's what I'm being told

    Well they just showed there unlimited data plan on TV today, and there playing it right now lol with the Samsung Galaxy
    2011-10-25 05:21 AM
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