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Sprint Jumps On the Unlimited Calling Plan Train

Shortly after Verizon announced its unlimited flat-rate phone plans (with the cheapest being $99), every other major network jumped on board by offering their own "unlimited plan". Well Sprint has decided to offer a super competitive $99 plan which includes unlimited voice, text messages, data, Sprint Music, Sprint TV, GPS, Group Connect and Direct Connect. The "Simply Everything" is available starting today to both CDMA and iDEN customers as well as new and existing subscribers.



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narcissagomez narcissagomez 7 years
I got excited about this plan as everyone did and signed up for it last year - totally smacking myself in the head this year. Boost Mobile, on Sprint's network, is offering the same plan for half the price and no contract. Can anyone say unfair pricing practice? Well, besides whinning and thinking about breaking contract, I emailed Sprint's president and let him know how this is just silly on one network. Feel under-appreciated as Sprint customer? Let him know - http://sites.google.com/site/sprintcustomersunite/
colormesticky colormesticky 9 years
Whadufuh? I'm off to the Sprint website to see if there's some kind of shared unlimited plan. That'd be awesome.
isabella531 isabella531 9 years
ohh i'm definitely going to tell my boyfriend to switch...i wonder if T-mobile has anything like this..
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 9 years
All abooooooooooord!
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