Feb 16 AT 12:47 PM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Sprint tweaks its unlimited plan following Verizon and T-Mobile changes

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Verizon recently launched unlimited data, and then T-Mobile tweaked its own unlimited plan to address Verizon’s changes.

Now Sprint is announcing tweaks of its own. The changes go into effect tomorrow, February 17, and they include unlimited streaming of HD video (up to 1080p). On top of that, Sprint will offer 10GB of high-speed mobile hotspot data, with those speeds dropping to 2G after 10GB. The plan starts at $65 per month, but drops to $60 per month if you enroll in Sprint’s AutoPay.

Sprint is making its new plan a bit sweeter for switchers. For customers that switch to Sprint and sign up for AutoPay, the tweaked unlimited plan will cost $50 per month, with a second line costing $40 per month. Lines three through five will be free until March 31, 2018. After that date, prices will go up to $60 per month for line one, $40 per month for line two, and $30 per month for each additional line.

Are you happy to see improvements being made to unlimited data plans?

Source: Sprint

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