Sprint Expands Framily Plans to Small Businesses
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Feb 20, 2014, 9:13 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today expanded the availability of its Framily Plans to small business customers. As with families, the small business variant offers discounts for each line of service added to the plan. A single line costs $55 per month and includes unlimited talk, text, and 1GB of data. Each additional line drops the cost by $5 per month. Where one line costs $55, two lines cost $50 each, three lines cost $45 each, and so on. Businesses that group together between seven and 10 lines will enjoy a per-line monthly cost of just $25. Adding unlimited data costs an additional $20 per line, and each line is able to customize its needs separate of the group. The Sprint Framily Plan for small businesses is available to new and existing customers beginning today.
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