Sprint has significantly cut the cost of its service plan that includes essentially unlimited voice, data, text, and MMS. Starting today, this plan is going for just $70 a month.
This gives Sprint the least expensive unlimited service plan of any of the top four U.S. wireless carriers. It’s possible this move will set off a new pricing war, with other carriers dropping the prices for their unlimited service plans.
Subscribers to Sprint’s Everything Data Plan will automatically get a new feature called Any Mobile, Anytime. The name comes from one of the conditions: under the new plan, customers are not charged for calls to and from any mobile phone, from any wireless carrier.
However, they have only 450 minutes of calls to land lines or when roaming.
In addition to unlimited data transfers and text/SMS messages, this plan also includes unlimited access to Sprint TV and its GPS navigation service.
More information is available on Sprint’s website.