Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New Sprint CEO announces lower pricing

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Recently the new Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said he’d be changing Sprint pricing to make them more competitive on price because their network is behind both Verizon and AT&T’s network. Yesterday they made an announcement stating “It’s a New Day for Data for American Consumers” that will offer double the data at similar or lower prices than AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Sprint will also be giving customers up to $350 towards an ETF if they migrate over to the Sprint network in order to steal subscribers from other wireless carriers. The new Sprint Family Share Pack will allow a family to share up to 20GB of data, unlimited text and voice for $100/mo under a limited time promo. This promo is similar to T-Mobile’s $100/mo plan, but doubles the data giving customers a 20GB total pool instead of 10GB with T-Mobile. Sprint plans to release additional announcements later this week with new improved plans for individuals too.