Sprint rolled out a $40 month 2GB data plan for subscribers on a budget

Sprint launched a new plan after its Unlimited Freedom promo campaign ran out. The carrier lets you get on a $40 2GB plan ($45 without auto-pay) with unlimited talk and text, which is a good option if $60 for the limitless plan is a bit steep for you. There's also a retail-only $40 Affordable Choice plan with 4GB of data.

Sprint reportedly introduced these after its lower-paying customers took a dislike to the Unlimited Freedom plans last month. Although the carrier isn't advertising them, adamant that unlimited everything is "what customers really want", it's doing good for appeasing its budget-minded customers.

Moreover, FierceWireless reports that Sprint is preparing to 'reboot' its Virgin brand for pre-paid options. The game plan is said to be about refurbished iPhones on cheaper unlimited plans. There's no information as to when this may happen.


source: FierceWireless



2. jphiller87

Posts: 92; Member since: Apr 23, 2015

Lol nice try Sprint you still suck. I pay $27 a month for 6gb

1. tokuzumi

Posts: 2031; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

How is this a deal? You can go to MVNOs and get more data for the same price. I pay $16/mo for 2GB/unlimited talk/text. And it's on an actual cellular network.

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