Sprint Redefines Unlimited Mobile-To-Mobile
Sprint today announced "Any Mobile, Anytime", a new service plan feature that allows unlimited calling to and from any mobile phone, regardless of carrier. Only calls to/from landlines, calls while roaming, and international calls are deducted from plan minutes. The feature is now included with all of the company's existing "Everything Data" plans, which start at $69.99, and also include unlimited data and messaging. Sprint customers already on these plans will receive the new feature at the start of the next billing cycle. Sprint customers on other plans can switch to a qualifying plan without renewing or extending their contract.
AT&T Brings Back Unlimited Data for TV Customers
AT&T today said new and existing customers can once again select an unlimited data mobile plan — as long as they are also a customer of AT&T-owned DirecTV or U-Verse. The unlimited plan includes unlimited LTE 4G, unlimited voice, and unlimited messaging.
MetroPCS Wins Mexico Calling Plan of Its Own
MetroPCS today revealed a new plan for making calls to Mexico. The Mexico Unlimited package borrows a page from T-Mobile's Mobile Without Borders plan and offers unlimited calling and messaging to mobile and landlines in Mexico.
Sprint's Roaming Plan Now Includes Free 2G Data
Sprint today improved its international roaming plan, making it cheaper and more appealing to customers. Sprint customers can now enjoy free 2G data, free text messaging, and $0.20-per-minute voice calls in some 165 countries.
T-Mobile Jazzes Up Its T-Mobile One Plan
T-Mobile today announced several new options for its T-Mobile One plan that adds various features for a few dollars more per month. To start, T-Mobile One customers can turn their plan into a T-Mobile One Plus line for $15 more per month.
Doubt is gonna work
With them outsourcing the maintenance of their network to Ericsson and going WiMax when the whole world is going LTE is just the beginning of their problems.
You should probably think through your logic again
Gotta try something when the other companies add subscribers and Sprint continues to lose them.
Another Sprint Innovation.
Many see Verizon and ATT as the two top carriers. Taking a look at the number of subscribers they service, this would be hard to disute in the equation of numbers. But to sit down and disassemble these numbers, The numbers are mostly products of...
As if they didn't already make Verizon and ATT look like garbage...
What I want to know....
I also know of original cell numbers that were ported to landline numbers.
And what about numbers that port between after this launches?
Gotta Have Sprint
UNLIMITED DATA(NAVIGATION(SPEECH,REAL TIME TRAFFIC UPDATES) MOBILE TV, MOBILE EMAIL, MUSIC, MOBILE WEB
UNLIMITED BLACKBERRY SERVICES(B2B)
UNILIMTED PICTURE MAIL
UNLIMITED VIDEO MESSAGING
UNLIMITED NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS 7pm START TIME
UNLIMITED NATIONWIDE LD and ROAMING
****ANY USA MOBILE NUMBER UNLIMITED ANYTIME****
4G EXPANDING RAPIDLY
**CUSTOMER SERVICE MAKING THE BEST STRIDES OUT OF ALL CARRIERS ***
BEST DATA CARRIER POINT BLANK
i dont think it gets any better then this
Since their adding more potential minutes to a very low cost plan, this means the roaming charges Sprint has to pay so you can have unlimited calls will outpace your calling plan even faster.
What more can you ask for
Unbeatable deal in my opinion.
Sprint dropping bombs
if they fix the customer care problems they will be back to top form in no time
It's a step in the right direction.