Sprint, like the other wireless carriers in the United States, has its sights set on a 5G network rollout for the early part of 2019. And now it’s confirmed it’s already got plans for its first 5G smartphone, too.
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In its quest to remain competitive, Sprint is restructuring its unlimited plans into four options. These include Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Military, and Unlimited 55+. Each plan features unique offerings and pricing, so it’s best to dive right in to the details.
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Sprint, like the other wireless carriers, would like it very much if you made the switch to their network. To persuade you, they’ve got a limited-time promotion to sweeten the deal.
Sprint says this is a promotion that offers unlimited data, text, and talk for just $15 per month, per line, ... Read More »
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