Sprint’s new Unlimited 55+ plan — which was rumored back in April — is accessible immediately. Now, Sprint customers who are 55 or older can join one line of limitless service for $50 a month or two traces for $70.
Customers who meet the age will get the identical perks because the common Sprint limitless plan (which normally prices $100 per 30 days for 2 traces), together with limitless speak, textual content, and knowledge, together with cell scorching spot (restricted to 3G speeds) and worldwide texting and knowledge (restricted to 2G speeds). You’ll even be topic to Sprint’s use-case particular pace caps, which limits video to 480p, music streaming to 500 kbps, and gaming streaming to five Mbps. If you’re a Sprint buyer who’s over 55, it’s just about a no brainer.
The deal bears a stunning similarity to T-Mobile’s Unlimited 55+ plan, which, along with sharing the identical identify, additionally gives two traces of limitless knowledge for $70 a month (or $50 for one line). It’s superb how one provider providing an inexpensive, profitable deal could cause different carriers to reply by providing an analogous deal. It’s nearly like T-Mobile and Sprint competing in opposition to one another for market share is a useful factor for patrons.
Fortunately, senior residents could not have to fret about which plan they’re signed up for, seeing as T-Mobile and Sprint are in the process of merging. After that time, the newly mixed entity will certainly proceed to supply such attractive offers, regardless of having a dramatically much less aggressive motive to take action.