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Sprint Confirms that iPhone Will Have Unlimited Data

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Oct 5, 2011, 3:18 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint today confirmed to Phone Scoop via telephone that the Apple iPhone 4S will have access to all the same voice and data plans (at the same rates) that Sprint's current smartphones do — including unlimited 3G data and the 5GB mobile hotspot cap.

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Oct 5, 2011, 3:20 PM

Sprint is the best!!

That's awesome! Smile
For now. Once the network gets overloaded with all the apple fanboys that are going to just ship to Sprint, they'll change their tune. Just like the changed, then eliminated the Premier program and upped the ETF. As a Sprint customer, I hope they prov...
Too bad their network blows! and with the tons of iphone activations/upgrade, you will see how their true colors go down even further!.

Oct 5, 2011, 8:33 PM

4 slow on sprint.......

seriously, their 3g network is under so much load right now that their subscribers are surfing on not much faster that 2g. Sprint must be doing some top secret network enhancement that will coincide with the iPhone release or there will be some seriously unhappy people....
I have had Sprint for 10 Years, grew up in the Hudson Valley, NY by the Catskills, Gunks, Hudson Highlands, and have service where ever I go. And, to top it off, 3G is not When I go to NYC, I have service, when I go further upstate to the Albany area...

Oct 5, 2011, 8:31 PM

Not really the best

I promise
I definitely agree. Unlimited truly isn't unlimited if you are being slowed down to a realm of usage far below Verizon's "horrible" 2GB datapackage

Oct 5, 2011, 8:27 PM

Sprint Confirms that iPhone Will Have Unlimited Data...

For now. Sprint's top brass has already acknowledged that once they get a device with mass appeal like the iPhone that they may have to revisit the idea of unlimited data. I wouldn't be surprised if they went with a plan that throttles data like what T-Mobs is doing. I'm pretty sure their Virgin Mobile division is also doing this, or at least will be soon. Even still, Sprint getting the iPhone means that they're here to play. They have a lower credit model and more competitively priced plans for smart phone users. I imagine the iPhone will do very well with them.
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