Sprint Rolls Out Unlimited Plan for $50 a Month

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Sprint Rolls Out Unlimited Plan for $50 a Month
After March 31, 2018, the promotional period ends,
and customers will pay an additional $10 a month for the first line, the second line remains at $40 a month and each line from three to five is $30 a month.
With our new offer, you can sign up for a plan that allows you to surf and stream all you want and not worry about overage fees and charges.”
The move on the part of Sprint comes at a time when it is slowly chipping away at its rivals
dominance as it embraces promotion after promotion and focuses more on unlimited data plans.
Upping the battle for wireless supremacy, fourth-place U. S. wireless telecom player Sprint Corporation (S) announced Friday it had rolled out a new unlimited data, talk
and text plan that will cost as little as $50 a month.
In a press release, Sprint said the $50 a month plan includes one line while it costs $90 a month for two to five lines.
It is becoming a differentiating factor, with Verizon the only carrier not offering unlimited data,
and AT&T only offering it in limited fashion,” wrote Pacific Crest analysts Michael Bowen and Brandon Nispel in a research note covered by Barron’s.
“Sprint understands the value of unlimited data to our customers,” said Roger Solé,
Sprint chief marketing officer, in a statement announcing the new plans.
Wall Street seems more optimistic about Sprint these days with Pacific Crest Securities saying in January it expects more subscriber gains from Sprint
and third-place carrier T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) all because of their pushes with unlimited data plans.


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