Sprint One-Ups T-Mobile’s Unlimited Offer

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Sprint One-Ups T-Mobile’s Unlimited Offer
That’s more than Sprint’s new promotional deal, but — for families with three or four lines — it’s better deal than Sprint’s normal pricing.
Even for those not willing to do, that this offer could be tempting because even after it ends, Sprint won’t be
that much more expensive than T-Mobile (though the bill will be higher than the advertised rate because T-Mobile’s prices include taxes and fees while Sprint’s does not).
The deal, which offers customers five cellphone lines for $90 a month (plus taxes
and fees) dramatically undercuts its rival’s price, albeit only for a little over a year.
It should appeal to people looking for the absolute cheapest price who are willing to deal
with perhaps having to change carriers in a little over a year when the deal ends.
His company’s unlimited plans also require autopay enrollment,
but unlike those of its rivals, T-Mobile’s are all-inclusive prices, including all fees and taxes.
After it expires, customers will pay $60 for their first line, while the second stays at $40, and lines three through five will cost $30 each.
For a limited-time Sprint is offering one line with unlimited data, talk, and text for $50 while adding a second costs $40 more.
All the deals require autopay, and Sprint, like T-Mobile, reserves the right
to slow down data for the heaviest users during peak periods of network use.
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