It seems as though US carriers are coming up with new ways to keep their customers interested, not lonely with new plans to allow them to upgrade sooner, but also ways for them to use their smartphones as mobile hotspots. The new Sprint unlimited plans for life are not the first of their kind, and they’re not the cheapest either, so what are the differences from its rivals?
The “unlimited for life” plan from Sprint is not the cheapest of its kind that goes to T-Mobile, but it is the second cheapest, with AT&T and then Verizon bringing up the rear. However, that’s not the only new plan from Sprint, as they have also jumped on the bandwagon to offer unlimited handsets to their customers.
Sprint’s “My All-In” is the name of this plan, and even comes with everything plus, which offers 5GB of hotspot data, all for a cost of $110, which is $20 more than the T-Mobile equivalent. If you are not worried about having the hotspot, then you could go with “Unlimited, My Way” instead. This plan will give you one handset and unlimited data, the cost of this is $80, which is similar to AT&T’s Next and T-Mobile’s Jump.
If you feel limited with the options that AT&T and Verizon plans allow, then these new ones from Sprint are designed as a way to free you of those limitations, well that’s how PC Mag put it.
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