We’ve been seeing leaks of these new plans for a couple of days now. And earlier this afternoon, Sprint made these new plans official. These plans include the new Sprint Unlimited Guarantee. Which means none of the you have to buy your phone at full retail to keep your unlimited data on Verizon, etc., here’s how the Sprint Unlimited Guarantee is described as:
The Sprint Unlimited Guarantee guarantees customers unlimited talk (calls to any wireline or mobile phone), text and data while on the Sprint network, for the life of the line of service. This guarantee is applicable to both new and existing customers who sign up for Sprint’s new Unlimited, My Way plan or My All-in plan. These plans and The Sprint Unlimited Guarantee are available starting July 12.
Sounds like a good deal right? Sprint is offering unlimited everything beginning at $80 per month. So unless you’re paying full price for your phones, its about the same price or $10 cheaper than T-Mobile is with their Simple Choice Plans. We won’t even mention AT&T and Verizon since they don’t offer unlimited data.
Sprint also has an All in Plan which includes unlimited data, talk and text along with 5GB of hotspot data usage. That’s for $110 per month. Not too bad, but I’d still like to see mobile hotspot as part of that unlimited data package from both T-Mobile and Sprint. Sprint also breaks down the savings compared to their competitors.
There doesn’t seem to be any type of catch with the Sprint Unlimited Guarantee either:
How The Sprint Unlimited Guarantee Works:
All customers on an Unlimited, My Way plan or a My All-in plan will have unlimited talk and text guaranteed for the life of the line of service.
Customers who select unlimited data on an Unlimited, My Way plan or a My All-in plan will have unlimited data guaranteed for the life of the line of service.
The guarantee will apply to customers as long as they remain on the plan, meet the terms and conditions of the plan and pay their bill in full and on-time.
The guarantee is non-transferrable.
These plans all are available beginning tomorrow. How many of you are likely to switch?