Sprint announced today, a brand new unlimited data plan for its customers, which is being called “Unlimited Premium”. As you might expect from the name, that means that this is going to be a more expensive unlimited data plan, but with less caveats. With Unlimited Premium, you do get a free Amazon Prime subscription, which is a nice bonus here, since you’re going to be getting free 2-day shipping on unlimited orders, plus a ton of free content to watch as well.
There’s a lot that is included here with Unlimited Premium, so let’s run down the list. You get 50GB of LTE mobile hotspot, Lookout Premium Plus, a Hulu Limited Commercials Subscription, Music Streaming via TIDAL, video streams in full HD, global roaming in 185 countries worldwide, unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada. And for a limited time, those that sign up for Unlimited Premium will get $20 per month for Uber. That is actually a pretty impressive list of features for this new plan from Sprint. Especially if you already subscribe to Amazon Prime, TIDAL, Hulu and do use Uber quite a bit.
Sprint is going to be offering Unlimited Premium for $90 per month here. That’s a decent price on this plan, seeing as these services individually would cost you around $130. Sprint is also offering a $10 discount for every line you move over to Sprint, so if you have a family of four, you could really save some money by switching to Sprint’s Unlimited Premium plan. With Sprint’s new Unlimited Premium, the company now has something for everyone. There’s Unlimited Basic, which gives you the basics and keeps the price down, then Unlimited Plus that includes a few extras and now Unlimited Premium that goes over the top. Of course, Sprint also has a plan for those over 55 years of age, and those in the military.
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