Now, Sprint has launched what it calls the “best unlimited HD plan ever.”
Unlimited plans: Sprint vs. Verizon vs. T-Mobile vs. AT&T
Already priced lower than its competitors, Sprint has decided to add HD-quality streaming video and 10GB of mobile hotspot data per month to the unlimited plan.
The wireless carrier also says it saves consumers 50% off Verizon and AT&T’s unlimited rates for four lines.
Sprint’s unlimited plan is $50 a month for the first line and $40 for the second line. The third, fourth and fifth lines are no extra charge. The promotional pricing lasts through March 2018.
Here’s a comparison that’s featured on Sprint’s website:
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As part of this offer, Sprint says new customers can lease the iPhone 7 for $0 monthly payments for 18 months with a qualifying trade-in. These devices are eligible:
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- Samsung GS7
- GS7 edge
- GS6 edge
- Note 5
- LG V20
- Moto Droid 2
Sound familiar? Verizon has a free smartphone offer for its unlimited plans as well.
And it’s really Verizon’s decision to launch an unlimited plan that led T-Mobile and now Sprint to respond. AT&T has also expanded its unlimited plan, dropping the requirement for pay TV service.
With offerings so similar, the service where you live may be the determining factor.
— MarceloClaure (@marceloclaure) February 16, 2017
Sprint has said that its network reliability is now within just 1% of Verizon and AT&T, but you still may want to ask around before you make the switch to any new wireless provider.