Sprint debuts new unlimited data plan that costs just $15 a line

It was only a month and a bit ago that T-Mobile and Sprint announced a merger after years of going back and worth. While the deal has yet to be approved, it looks like Sprint is becoming quite aggressive when it comes to promotions, as it will launch a new offer starting on June 8 that will give those that port their number from another carrier, unlimited data for $15 a month.

The promotion will only be available through its website and by phone, and will only run for a few weeks. The pricing is applicable to customers who port their number, giving them the option to subscribe to unlimited data for $15 a line. The plan will have restrictions, such as only being able to stream video at 480p and throttling when there is network congestion. The plan will also not include other perks offered with Sprint's other data plans, like Hulu.

With the new unlimited plan being so cheap, this isn't a move by the company to bring in revenue, but instead will be a way for Sprint to put its brand into the minds of consumers. The company has stated that if this plan is purchased, customers will be grandfathered in at that price, even when the carrier moves to 5G sometime next year, so long as they purchase their own 5G handset. If interested, you can now sign up for the plan on the Sprint website.

Source: Sprint via CNET

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