Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New Sprint CEO announces lower pricing


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.