Sprint Debuts Home Phone Replacement
Sprint today announced Sprint Phone Connect System, a service that uses Sprint's cellular network rather than hard lines to provide in-home or in-office telephony. Customers can get two home phones for $49.99 when initiating a new line of service. The service offers unlimited local and domestic long-distance calling for $19.99 per month. Sprint is pitching it to cord-cutting home owners and small businesses as a way to get basic voice service without the hassle of equipment installations or the need for wired networks. AT&T and Verizon offer similar products using their own cellular networks.
Sprint Hikes Prices with Revamped Unlimited Plans
Jul 12, 2018
Sprint today announced new "Unlimited Plus" and "Unlimited Basic" plans. Unlimited Plus replaces the old Unlimited Freedom plan and raises the price from $60 to $70 per month for the first line.
Verizon Intros More Flexible Mix-and-Match Unlimited Plans
Jun 14, 2018
Verizon Wireless today overhauled its unlimited postpaid service plans. The company now offers three tiers of unlimited service that each has its own features.
Verizon to Resurrect Unlimited Plan for $80 per Month
Feb 12, 2017
Verizon Wireless will on Monday offer unlimited data plans to its customers for the first time since 2011. Verizon's new offer costs $80 per month for a single line with unlimited talk, text, and data; mobile hotspot; calling/texting to Mexico and Canada; and 500 MB of 4G LTE data per day when roaming in Mexico and Canada.
Sprint Debuts Unlimited Plan of Its Own
Aug 18, 2016
Sprint today announced Unlimited Freedom, a service plan that provides unlimited talk, text, and data for two lines at $100 per month. Sprint says the Unlimited Freedom plan offers "optimized streaming" for "video, gaming, and music" and "unlimited LTE data for most everything else." Specifically, video resolution is capped at 480p resolution when streamed over the network, while games are capped at 2Mbps, and music is capped at 500Kbps.