Both corporate customers and the casual users can get the new plans via the Sprint Zone icon on their devices. After tapping on the icon, you’d have to activate your device, select a new customer service and pick the “No Commitment” option. You can also test the service for free for a day by typing down the promo code Free Day when selecting your choice.
Overage fees are also conveniently avoided as the carrier simply cuts the service when you reach your limit.
Sprint’s two biggest rivals, AT&T and Verizon, offer tablet data plans running at nearly the same prices. Sprint however offers larger data allowance as $30 plans only include 300MB on AT&T and Verizon, while the $50 ones come with only 1GB of data.
Tablet data plans compared
source: Sprint via Electronista