both announced their new pricing on unlimited calling plans, Sprint decided to issue a Press Release of their own, though it doesn't say anything new in the terms of calling plans. In fact, all it says (in a nutshell) is that Sprint will still cost you less annually than Verizon and AT&T, stating that Sprint's Everything Data plan (with 450, 700, or unlimited minutes) offers a savings of $240 a year when compared to Verizon's new Nationwide Talk & Text plan plus unlimited data package. As well as saying family's can save $600 a year on Sprint's Everything Data Family plans (1500 min)
over Verizon's Nationwide Talk & Text family share plans plus unlimited data package. We'll let you guys figure out the math, but historically Verizon and AT&T have charged more for their service than Sprint and T-Mobile.
source: Sprint via Engadget