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Sprint offering 12GB of shared data for just $90

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Feb 2015 22:16 User comments (3)

Sprint offering 12GB of shared data for just $90 Sprint has taken the carrier wars to the next level this week, offering more shared data than any other carrier at a cheaper price.
As part of their Family Share Pack plan, you can get up to 10 lines with unlimited talk, text, and 12GB of data for $90 a month.

Sprint said they will be reducing their data access charge from $25 to $15 for each handset, and if you are transferring from a different carrier, that fee is waived entirely.

The deal is good until March 2016. Comparatively, the deal is good but you have to keep in mind that you are signing up for the Sprint network, which has easily the slowest LTE of all the major U.S. carriers.

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3 user comments

123.2.2015 17:54

I was with Sprint for years and all I can say is you get what you pay for.

223.2.2015 19:14

Seriously, those US data prices.. 5/month for unlimited data here (well, 2 if you settle for crappy speed).

324.2.2015 15:24

Originally posted by Taalen:
Seriously, those US data prices.. 5/month for unlimited data here (well, 2 if you settle for crappy speed).
Please don't rub it in. The US has shitty data plans all led by the arrogance of Verizon and the antiquated data plans of both V and ATT.

First off, SPRINT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Badly!

Slow data and lousy service quality but great customer service.

2nd, even if 2 people shared that 12GB for 45/each user, that's still a rip off. I'm thinking 20 bucks for 4-8GB of data is the sweet spot. 7 years out for that I'm guessing.

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