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Sprint Prepaid Reworks Plan Pricing

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Sep 15, 2014, 9:20 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint's branded prepaid service, called Sprint Prepaid, today dropped the cost of its service plans. The three new plans mirror those offered by Sprint's Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA brands, but are available under the Sprint name. All three include unlimited talk and text, but vary in the amount of data available each month. The $35 plan includes 1GB of data, the $45 plan includes 3GB, and the $55 plan includes 6GB. The new plans are available to Sprint Prepaid beginning today. Sprint Prepaid does not require contracts.


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Sep 15, 2014, 11:09 AM

3 prepaid services

Yes, I know there used to be a reasoning behind having three different services, but you would think in a world of cost cutting they would just merge Virgin, Boost, and Sprint. They really is no more reason to keep them separate anymore.
I agree, but they do three brands to focus on three different markets. Boost towards urban and Hispanic population. Virgin for the youth demographic, and Sprint is for customers who want a Sprint branded prepaid service.

They put little to no effor...
It used to be Boost for urban markets, Virgin for the youth market, and Sprint for everyone else. Now I guess there's no need but for the fact that the Sprint service doesn't throttle, you just get shut down.
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