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$70 Gets You Unlimited Data, Texts And Calls To Mobile Phones On Sprint

Sprint

By Chris Scott Barr

It’s hard to say who is the best wireless provider here in the US. I’ve used a few, and my vote would be for Sprint. Sure, I use AT&T right now, but that’s because I love my iPhone too much, and even unlocked it wouldn’t work on Sprint’s network. When I did have a Sprint phone, the service was great and the data was always fast. Now it seems that there is another reason for them to be considered the best.

If you want unlimited calling to any mobile phone (regardless of carrier), unlimited texting and unlimited data, you can now get it for just $70. You’ll also get 450 anytime minutes to call landline phones, or to use when roaming. That’s one hell of a deal. I pay almost $100 a month for my iPhone plan, and I don’t get unlimited mobile calls or unlimited texts. Here’s to hoping AT&T gets around to lowering their prices to stay competitive!

[ Sprint ] VIA [ UberGizmo ]







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  • denix

    I don't get it, what are you talking about? Mobile-to-mobile is free on AT&T and $30 (plus voice plan) gives unlimited data and text for iPhone!
    I pay $110 for 2 lines family plan with both phones having unlimited data! I call between them for free! And it's 550 minutes shared to call landline…
    I'm not AT&T fan, but I'm tired of people not getting facts straight…

  • ChrisScottBarr

    I am on AT&T, and I assure you that my facts are straight. Mobile-to-mobile is free, as long as you're talking to someone on the same network. If I call someone with a Sprint phone, I use my minutes. I have upgraded to unlimited texting, which brings my monthly bill up to just a hair under $100.

    Sure, maybe everyone in your area just uses an AT&T phone, so you don't worry about using minutes calling people. However, if you talk to a lot of people on various networks, Sprint is going to save you money by not using up your minutes. Not to mention they aren't charging you extra for unlimited texting.

  • Koskun

    For 20 bucks less you can get unlimited calls, data, and text, and no catches about calling land lines or them being on the same carrier.

    Boost Mobile. This is Nextel's pre-paid service. You can get different phones, from basic to rather advanced, and if you want you can use a Nextel phone, just swap SIMS.

    I suggest looking into it if you want something that is affordable with no catches.

  • Koskun

    For 20 bucks less you can get unlimited calls, data, and text, and no catches about calling land lines or them being on the same carrier.

    Boost Mobile. This is Nextel's pre-paid service. You can get different phones, from basic to rather advanced, and if you want you can use a Nextel phone, just swap SIMS.

    I suggest looking into it if you want something that is affordable with no catches.