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Sprint fights back against T-Mobile, announces a cheaper fully unlimited plan

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Earlier today, T-Mobile announced a very attractive unlimited data offer to customers switching over from either of the top 3 networks. And now, merely hours later, Sprint has announced a new fully unlimited plan which is a good $20 cheaper than what T-Mobile has to offer.

According to this new plan, new Sprint customers can get unlimited data at a monthly cost of $60 while T-Mobile charges $80 for the same privilege. As Sprint mentions in its comparison chart, the likes of AT&T and Verizon don’t have an unlimited option, so it’s only competing with T-Mobile in this arena.

In order to reap benefits of this new promo, customers will have to get a new device through Sprint’s Easy Pay plan or just bring their own device for activation. There’s no clarification on whether existing customers will be able to get unlimited data at these prices.

Considering that both Sprint and T-Mobile are still looking to set up 4G LTE networks across the U.S., not a lot might be able to take advantage of this new promotion. But if you have decent coverage from the carrier in your location, this deal might be worth a look. Sprint will make these new plans live starting tomorrow.

Source: Sprint

Via: Android Police

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