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Sprint Announces 'Better Choice' Plans for Shared Data

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Feb 18, 2016, 11:26 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint today announced a revamped line of plans for multiple lines called Better Choice Plans. The plans mimic Verizon's in that they range from Extra Small to Extra Extra Large and are shared across devices. The Extra Small plan includes 1 GB of data for $20, the Small plan jumps to 3 GB for $30, followed by the Medium with 6 GB for $45, Large with 12 GB for $60, Extra Large with 24 GB for $80 and Extra Extra Large with 40 GB for $100. These prices don't include line access fees or handset lease payments. Sprint is also still offering its unlimited plan to four lines for $150, and will pay up to $650 to those who switch from a competing carrier. The Sprint Better Choice Plans will be available starting February 19.


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Feb 19, 2016, 8:43 PM

Nice prices.

It's a shame that their prices apparently don't even support their network, considering what they're doing.

GG Sprint. Have another go when you get enough funding to make a network that has more than the "net" part.
It's an even greater shame that people like you post things without fact checking. Sprint's network may not be on par with Verizon, but they certainly cover more people nationwide through roaming agreements than AT&T or T-Mobile. Try using either of t...
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