Sprint Announce "Best Family Plan" From $100 For Four Lines


The U.S. carrier battle ground is one which never seems to be never ending. In fact, if anything, the battle seems to be one which is consistent becoming more sullied with carriers continually looking to either directly criticize each other's plans and options or by trying hard to undercut the other carriers at any cost. As such, there consistently seems to be a new plan being announced which is the "best Plan" for you and today the latest best plan announcement comes from Sprint and is aimed towards the family market

It's no secret that Family Plans seem to be on the up and as such, the carriers have been making quick moves to throw in more data and more lines to stay competitive. Sprint did release details of one of their Share Plans back in February which offered 12GB of shareable data for only $90. Following on from this, their latest Family Share Pack Plan details have also been announced today and look to offer a lot more data to those who need a bigger stockpile. In terms of what's on offer, Sprint are offering families (4 activated lines) the option to be able to share 10GB of 4G data (as well as unlimited talk and text) for only $100 a month. What's more, if you need more data, then you up the allowance to 40GB for only $20 more (120) per month. Essentially, four times the amount of data for only $20 more.


According to sprint, this is the best plan currently available for families and Sprint suggest this plan will offer users a saving of $480 per year over Verizon and $720 a year over AT&T (based on similar 10GB plans offered by those carriers). Sprint state that this is a limited time offer and users looking to head over to Sprint will be able to take advantage of the deal starting from July 31st (Friday). Keeping in mind, you do need to port all four numbers over to be able to take advantage of the new Share Pack deal. What's more, if you are willing to buy a new phone from Sprint in the process, then they will buy out your old contract and handset cost.

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