Home » Broadband Speed »Competition »Consumer News »Internet Overcharging »Sprint »Wireless Broadband » Currently Reading:

Sprint Will Continue Offering Unlimited Data On Its Forthcoming LTE 4G Network

A Sprint spokesperson this week confirmed the company will continue selling “unlimited data” service on their forthcoming LTE 4G network.

Sprint’s Nichole Cappitelli told TechHog the carrier plans to extend unlimited access, with no speed throttling, to those buying Sprint’s first LTE phone, the Viper 4G.

Sprint begins accepting pre-orders for the LG phone April 12, with an anticipated shipping date by the end of the month.

Sprint’s 4G LTE network, still under construction, will provide improved 4G speed and value for customers looking for some savings over AT&T and Verizon Wireless.  Sprint currently delivers slower 4G WiMAX service from its partner Clearwire.

The Viper 4G phone will sell for $100 with a 2-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate.  With Sprint’s Everything plan, $80 will buy you unlimited mobile data, texting, and calling.  A similar plan from Verizon that only includes 2GB of mobile data is priced $40 higher.

Until July 22, Sprint will bundle 50GB of free cloud storage and sharing from Box, available from the Google Play app store.

Sprint is America’s only national mobile phone company offering unlimited and unthrottled data plans.

Currently there are 2 comments on this Article:

  1. Eugene says:

    Thank you for every other informative site. The place else could I get that kind of info written in such an ideal way?

    • deamon1311 says:

      sprint is currently disagreeing with one of the last true unlimited providers i know of millenicom.

      as of this comment i may be forced to find new internet due to this stupidity.

      sprint is considering killing off millenicoms unlimited 3g/4g plans(50gb cap)

      i hope this site gives some notice to sprint trying to kill several thousand unlimited accounts if not more.

Search This Site:

Contributions:

Recent Comments:

  • Dawson Fiberhood: fjfdybvfgj, I want to agree with you about the customer service, but I just can't. First of all, Google is notoriously hard to get ahold of and second...
  • Tom M: 5/1 in SE Austin for free will be a godsend to the low income households in that area. People in Austin (me included) are very happy TWC is finally ge...
  • Oscar@SA: Come over to San Antonio, we have bacon!! \o/...
  • The Kin: I would gladly pay $70 for G.fiber. My DSL here in KY is only a 1.5 down and I pay 67 a month for it. With some of the bills I've seen when working fo...
  • fjfdybvfgj: Don't know how ATTs service can be considered competitive knowing that it has a data cap and that you won't ever see the gigabit speed. Hell even thou...
  • Austintx: Yay! we'll be able to order next month... But, no telling when installation will be. One thing still needs to be said, though; 5/5 (or 5/1-ugh!)Mbp...
  • fjfdybvfgj: Its a good thing that the merger will never be accepted as its heavily against the public interest and no politician would want to commit political su...
  • fjfdybvfgj: I remember when I lived in Maryland and Comcast tried to say that nothing over 10mbps existed and that it was top of the line for $150/month. I moved ...
  • ROGER: I manage my father and my accounts for Uverse and recently was informed our fully loaded rates (includes all taxes and rentals) for u300 and Max inter...
  • BobInIllinois: This is really funny! In our area, back in 2008 when Comcast took over from Insight cable a few years back, Comcast started closing their service...
  • Jen: John did your service ever get better? Mine just started throttling about a month ago and they are telling me the tower that worked best for me is off...
  • Mike Queen: Where do I sign up? I'm in Lewis County. I complain, they offer to disconnect me. I need the Internet to work as well. I've paid for high speed for...

Your Account: