Sprint doubles the data for its business customers too

Sprint doubles the data for its business customers too
Sprint, in keeping with its pledge to offer double the data compared to Verizon and AT&T, is now offering corporate accounts double the data for the same price. The range of the data bucket now offered to business accounts is 240GB to 800GB. In addition, Sprint is waiving the $15 monthly smartphone access charge from now through December 2015, for each customer who brings his number to Sprint and activates a phone.

For businesses to take advantage of the doubled data, they need to subscribe to the plan before the end of the month. With the deal, corporate accounts get unlimited talk and text and 240GB of data for $400. 320GB is priced at $540 a month and 400GB will cost $675. All three of those options cover as many as 50 devices. For a monthly payment of $1100, corporations can purchase 600GB of data. For $1350, you and your fellow employees can rock 800GB of the sweet stuff each month. Those last two plans can be used for a maximum of 100 devices.

Double the data is the new buzz phrase in the industry, and most of these plans are giving consumers until the end of this month to sign up. If you haven't taken advantage of these deals yet, whether you have a family or a corporate plan, you should call your carrier and see if you can save some money or add more data to your monthly plan.


source: Sprint

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6 Comments

1. cripton805

Posts: 1485; Member since: Mar 18, 2012

So you're telling me that these people only pay $8 per device @ $400 for 50 devices? I was paying $180 for two phones in 2013. *carrier logic.

3. cripton805

Posts: 1485; Member since: Mar 18, 2012

Oh, and that would be equivalent to 4.8gb each too...

2. atlvideoguy

Posts: 73; Member since: Feb 24, 2012

Nice, now business can get double the useless Sprint 3G data, and be throttled although sprint doesn't throttle.

4. TheRequiem

Posts: 245; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

Blah blah, that may have been an argument a year ago, but not anymore. sprint has been launching Spark like crazy, they just activated it on 170 towers in Las Vegas and they are rolling out small cells at the nascar race center and on the strip and the speeds are insane. I pull 30-40mbps all day long consistently and have hit well over 70mbps, faster then all my friends on tmobile, Verizon and at&t whine are much more congested. Their urban coverage is great, the only thing they need to rectify now is rural coverage which they just signed rural roaming agreements with 40 rural carriers and gave them access to 800 and 2.5.

6. technitude

Posts: 263; Member since: Dec 19, 2013

I agree, was just in Vegas with my friend who has Verizon, in front of the Palazzo, my Sprint phone was kicking his to the ground. Although, his did better in the theater, in the Monte Carlo. Not that that was all we did, just asked the other when one of us had trouble connecting. Did not happen too much for either of us.

5. plyfulgentleman

Posts: 43; Member since: Jul 17, 2008

Who cares if Sprint gives you double data, can't use it anyways! Here in parts of southern California it's hit and/or miss. Spark my a55, Sprint still trying to build out it's 1900mHz LTE i don't understand how they can advertise spark on 800mHz band when the other band isn't done. And 2400mHz band formerly Clear spectrum isn't complete either. Do it's all afavor and disclose coverage from all your spectrum. Next year your clearing/phasing out WiMax, what you doing with that frequency? I'm glad i left Sprint...empty promises, under delivering and over promising.hopefully Marcelo Claure can do much better job than Hesse..

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