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Sprint's Overdrive Ushers In $60 WiMax Plans

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Jan 13, 2010, 2:37 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint has confirmed that starting with the new Overdrive CDMA/WiMax mobile hotspot, all its CDMA/WiMax data plans will cost $60 per month. The new price reflects a drop of $10 compared to what was available for WiMax services before the January 10 unveiling of the Overdrive.




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Jan 13, 2010, 3:59 PM


4G has been $59.99 a month since november, real unlimited service no 5GB cap.
the 59.99 for the 3g/4g plans previously were promotional rates and not the regular price, Sprint very often will test a plan out a few months before they launch it, so they can gauge reaction , profitibily etc. such as the forerunner to the simply ev...

Jan 13, 2010, 3:13 PM

Yay sprint.

I will buying stock in sprint come close to sept-oct of 2010. With the completion of WiMax by then if I'm not mistaking the should start a heavy ad campaign during the holidays and with the new WiMax Phone supposed to come out about then as well it should look good for Sprint.
Why not buy now? unless you are planning for them to drop in price signifigantly between now and Sept.
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