Sprint jacks up the price for two new unlimited data plans

CNET | 7/12/2018 | Roger Cheng
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Sprint pitchman Paul Marcarelli has two new unlimited data plans to talk up.

Sprint has joined the bandwagon of carriers redefining what an unlimited data plan should be.

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The nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier, awaiting a merger with No. 3 T-Mobile, on Thursday unveiled two unlimited data tiers to replace its single Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan. The first is a $60 Unlimited Basic plan, which costs the same as Unlimited Freedom, but reduces hotspot capabilities to 500 megabytes and reduces video streams to standard definition. It also comes with Hulu and 5 GB of roaming data in Canada and Mexico. The second line costs $40 and the subsequent lines costs $20 a piece per month.

Unlimited Plus starts at $70 a line and includes HD streaming, 15 GB of mobile hotspot access, Hulu, Tidal and 10 GB of data roaming in Canada and Mexico. A second line costs $50 and following lines are $30.

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At five lines, the Unlimited Basic costs $160, while the Plus plan costs $180, above the $100 promotion of its current Unlimited Freedom plan. The new plans take over on Friday.

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