Sprint is currently figuring out new plan offerings for the HTC EVO 4G?This article contains unofficial information.
Garnering the title of being the veryfirst consumer 4G smartphone to hit the market, the HTC EVO 4G hasbeen making some waves since its unveiling, but some wonder if thefaster connection speeds would be accompanied with some new datapricing. Unfortunately for those who were hoping for Sprint to keepsteady with their current smartphone data plans, there was a leakedinternal Sprint document which reveals that “special plans arebeing created for the HTC EVO 4G because it is the first dual mode3G/4G handset offered by Sprint.” In addition, it doesn't offer usto any exact pricing details, but there is still the question of itsMobile Hotspot feature that essentially turns it into a Wi-Fi hotspotfor 8 devices to connect to it. Now it seems like it'll require amonthly recurring plan that'll undoubtedly add some additionalcharges to call this powerhouse smartphone yours. We'd suspect thatSprint is in the process of finalizing things seeing that the HTC EVO4G was recently given its approval by the FCC. As we get closer tothe eventual launch of the handset, all the information surroundingmonthly plan pricing will be revealed. Even though it might come tobe as a blow to some people out there, you can't count out Sprint'saggressive stance when it comes to their plans – we could seesomething quite affordable as they're known to be a value basedcompany.