On Monday, Sprint took the wraps off of its Family Share Pack plan, which offers different allotments of shared data to be split among several lines. Fast-forward a few days and now Sprint’s got something new for all of the single-liners out there.
The Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan is, well, exactly what it sounds like. The offering includes unlimited talk, text and data at a price of $60 per month. The $60 Unlimited Plan is available to both new and existing Sprint customers.
In order to sign up for the Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan, you’ll need to have an off-contract device. That means that you’ll have to buy your hardware using Sprint Easy Pay, pay full retail price for a unit or bring your own device to Sprint. The other fine print that’s worth noting is that, as with the Family Share Pack, Sprint says that it may limit, vary or reduce a customer’s speeds in order to improve the data experience for other users.
This new Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan is launching tomorrow, August 22. Overall it looks like a nice offering for individuals on Sprint, especially since the only other major carrier that offers unlimited data is T-Mobile. As always, though, you should try to make sure that Sprint’s network where you live is up to snuff before you go committing to anything.