OK, now that the Sprint Evo 4G pricing is official and all, let's break it down, all official-like.
- $199 for the phone, after the usual two-year contract.
- $69.99 a month for the Everything Data plan.
- $10 a month for the premium 4G WiMax service.
That's optional.Update: OK, Sprint's backtracked and now says it is NOT optional. They apologize for the confusion.
- $29 a month if you wan the WiFi hotspot service. And that will serve up to eight devices. This is optional, too.
The good news: No data caps, so far as Sprint knows at this point. (That's for 3G and 4G.)
So what say you guys? That about what you were expecting?
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