Sprint's $99 Unlimited Plan Ups the Ante

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As expected, Sprint has announced its Hail Mary Simply Everything plan, offering customers $99 unlimited calling, premium services and DATA! That’s a better bang for your buck, especially for those of us paying $40 a month for unlimited data. Meanwhile, the party line from the top two carriers is basically, “Customers don’t care about price because our services are so much better.” AT&T’s telecom head John Stankey and Verizon’s CEO Ivan Seidenberg should tell that to the millions of Americans who shop at Wal-Mart.

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kimberlygomez83

While the service with Sprint has been wonderful for me, I was rather unhappy to find that Sprint’s own companies are offering the same type of deal for half – and that’s not including fees. While posters here remark on Sprint’s great $99 deal, Boost Mobile requires no contract and is $50 a month. The savings, when coupled against Sprint’s contract fees, make me wonder if I should switch. I emailed Sprint’s president, Mr. Hesse, and let him know how important these savings are and how unfair it is for Sprint customers. Anyone else feel the same way – visit http://sites.google.com/site/sprintcustomersunite/ for information.

Andrew

AT&T hardly works in Austin. I always laughed at their “fewest dropped calls” line…until they had to drop that line because they figured out it was true.

Curtis Carmack

Same here. I have three lines on Sprint with unlimited data on 2 of them, unlimited text on one of those, and 2000 shared minutes, all for $99/month. Sprint has been good to me, with better data coverage and throughput than Verizon in the areas where I live and work.

ericabiz

Sprint has always had better pricing than the competition. I currently pay a total of $60/month for TWO lines with 1000 minutes (shared), 500 txt per line, and unlimited “Power Vision” high-speed data service for BOTH phones. I currently use a Palm Centro.

It is laughable that AT&T continues to play the “better coverage” line, when only Sprint and Verizon work in my parents’ hometown in Indiana. AT&T isn’t really interested in rural customers in the Midwest.

I’ve had Sprint since 1999 and overall, I’m happy with them.

-Erica

rob

sprint actually offers 2 lines for $99. thats half the price and more features than anyone else. sprint is a good provider. i have been their customer for 8 years.

chris

sprint is affordable not like those other providers verizon sucks can you hear me now bull#&*@ phone dropped calls and worked like crap so i had to switch to sprint my bills never leave 60 bucks and i use the hell out of my phone

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