Sprint offers $50 unlimited plan until January 30th


Following T-Mobile's announcement at CES concerning its T-Mobile One plan, Sprint is looking to poach some new customers. In a world where Verizon believes that customers don't need unlimited plans and most customers are grandfathered into older unlimited plans, deals like this are rare. Until January 30th, Sprint is offering unlimited talk, text, and data for only $50. A second line will run you $90 total for both, whereas each additional line is another $30 a month.

Of course, as with most of these offers, there are some caveats — you just have to read the fine print. After March 31, 2018, you'll pay $60 a month, instead of $50. Sprint says that the data will be "mobile optimized," meaning video streams will run at up to 480p+ resolution, music will stream at up to 500kbps, and gaming will be capped at 2Mbps. The biggest caveat, however, is that it's only for new customers. If you're an existing Sprint customer, you're simply out of luck. 

If you don't mind the caveats listed above, get decent Sprint service where you live, and are looking for a new carrier anyways, this seems like a fairly good deal. Head on over to Sprint's site to check it out for yourself.

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