$90 for 5 lines of unlimited everything
Since last summer, the major wireless carriers have been tripping over each other to offer some semblance of unlimited service for multi-line accounts.
T-Mobile prices its unlimited plan at $70 a month for a first line, $50 for a second line and $20 a month for each additional line. That’s a total of $180 for five lines.
AT&T comes in a bit pricier at $220 for five lines, but only if you’re a DirecTV subscriber.
And Verizon? Well, they’ve just announced details of their new truly unlimited plan starting Feb. 13 and it’s already making big waves in the wireless world.
But back to Sprint. Here are the details of their offer:
With Sprint, you can get unlimited mobile optimized data, talk and text for just $50 a month for the first line (with AutoPay). The second line will cost you an additional $40 a month and you can have lines three, four and five for free!
This rate is good through the end of March 2018, at which point you would pay Sprint’s regular rate of $180 for five lines.
One additional caveat: In today’s world, ‘unlimited’ is…well, a bit restrictive! Both T-Mobile and Sprint limit video delivery to 480p. And Sprint’s limitations on unlimited don’t stop there either. Music is limited to 500 Kbps and gaming to 2 Mbps. You can also expect data deprioritization when Sprint’s network is congested.
That said, this is still a pretty sweet deal!
‘Sprint understands the value of unlimited data to our customers,’ Sprint Chief Marketing Officer Roger Solé said in a press release. ‘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.’
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