Sprint Takes On Verizon With Unlimited HD Plans

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 17 February 2017
In an attempt to compete with Verizon, who just released a new unlimited data plan, Sprint is now offering unlimited data that includes HD video. The newest cell phone plan will go into effect on Friday with monthly plans only costing $50 a month for the first customer and $90 for two lines. Verizon's plan, which also includes unlimited HD streaming, costs $80 a month and $45 a month for any additional lines.

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