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Sprint Responds to AT&T's 'Double Data' Promo with Its Own

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Oct 1, 2014, 8:25 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e
updated Oct 1, 2014, 9:58 AM

Sprint today moved to counter a mobile data promotion recently launched by AT&T by debuting its own. Beginning today, subscribers to Sprint's Family Share Pack plans will be able to double their data allotments. Families with the 32, 40, and 80GB plans will receive 60, 80, and 120GB, respectively, for the same monthly fee they're already paying. Customers have to visit Sprint stores or call in to customer support by October 31 to receive the new data packages. Additionally, Sprint is waiving the access charge for handsets, tablets, and mobile broadband devices on 20GB or higher data allowances for customers who switch their number to Sprint. Sprint is offering a similar double-data promotion to its business customers, as well.

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WhySoBluePandaBear

Oct 2, 2014, 9:35 PM

Good luck actually USING that much data on Sprint

They esentially know there's a cap, with the sheer amount of LTE that they just don't have. You're never going to get anywhere near those levels with their current speeds. In the future? Maybe. Not now though. Sad because they hold tremendous spectrum.
dont know what you are on about. I use 9GB a month alone. my test speeds on OOKLA going from TN to Charleston SC 15.75, 9.99, 25.64, 20.80, 17.23
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The Victor

Oct 1, 2014, 9:52 AM

Double Data

Families with the 32, 40 , and 80GB plans will receive 60, 40 , and 120GB, respectively





Not sure if this was a typo or not but was just wondering for the 40 is that one moving up to 80 or just staying the same
Yup. Corrected. Thx.
 
 
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