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Sprint brings rolling data to prepaid plans, available exclusively at Best Buy

Sprint will now give prepaid users the ability to rollover their unused data each month, keeping a reserve of up to 30GB. With this, not only can customers bank their unused data, but the data doesn't have an expiration date like it does with other carriers. These new plans are available exclusively from Best Buy.

From Sprint:

Unlike the competition, Sprint Prepaid rolling data doesn't expire and customers can store up to 30GB of data; Also available, after nine on-time payments customers can turn in their phone and upgrade to a new smartphone lease, only at Best Buy.

Pricing for these new plans starts at $35 a month, which gets you unlimited talk and text, along with 1GB of rolling data. For $45 users will get 3GB of rolling data per month, and $55 will bump it up to 6GB of rolling data. If you are looking for a new plan to cut some costs, head into your local Best Buy to get started.

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Source: Sprint

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
31 Comments
  • Sprint, I admire your courage. But you again you fall short. Letting people keep thier 3g data is very nice of you. Posted via the "None-Ya" app
  • Some people enjoy 3G data. Posted via the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1 on the T-Mobile Network.
  • queue the "Sprint sucks" posts...
  • seriously. I cruise at 55mbps all over town in my market, love Sprint.
  • Probably your home internet connection speed. Posted via the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1 on the T-Mobile Network.
  • Give it up you douche. Posted via the Android Central App
  • You have problems. Posted via the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1 on the T-Mobile Network.
  • If they had a plan for $10 or less I'd be interested, but since they don't guess I'll pass. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Go LycaMobile !! Posted via My G2
  • Wonder if these plans are eligible for corporate discounts? Posted via the Android Central App
  • No Posted via the Android Central App
  • good for them. Let's see if AT&T will follow
  • Anyone know what phones are eligible Posted via the Android Central App
  • I saw video streaming limited to 3G. 3G speeds on Sprint are slow. That is a huge miss.
  • Is Sprint's coverage still horrible?? Posted via my Note 4...(AC App)
  • Only if it's bad in your area. I don't compare coverage or complain about coverage in other places unless I live there. Unless you're the flash and can be in those areas to know exactly what coverage is for every company. I say try it for yourself or ask people that have it in your area. Posted via the Android Central App
  • what if you travel outside of your little favela?
  • Exactly! That's why I stick with AT&T because wherever I travel I always have great coverage. Yes its more expensive but you get what you pay for. If Sprint is good in your area and you never ever travel then stick with it. Sounds like a boring life to me but to each his own. Posted Via The AT&T Note 4
  • I have Verizon for my personal cellphone and AT&T for my govt phone. I travel almost 200 miles a day. I drop calls on the AT&T network at home and the road almost every day so I guess Your Mileage May Vary. I would hate to pay so much for substandard service. You don't know if AT&T is crappy in his area or not. Posted via Android Central App
  • I have been with AT&T going on 12 years now and don't even remember the last time I dropped a call or had no service at all. I have basically been to every state in the US and never had any issues even in the middle of nowhere. Even during Hurricane Sandy and 9/11 I had voice and data service the entire time even though my entire neighborhood was flooded. Verizon customers couldn't even make or receive calls. Plus AT&T gave me a free month of service because of the devastation Hurricane Sandy caused my neighborhood. Like I said if T-Mobile and Sprint are good in your area and you never travel then stick with them. I personally rather pay more money a month and know I have service everywhere. My bill is $150 a month with 2 lines and 10 GB of data plus one of my lines is on their Next program. That seems reasonable to me. Posted Via The AT&T Note 4
  • Kudos to you. I am Army Active Duty and travel all across the US. We have used AT&T as our primary communication source for the past 3 years and aren't renewing our contracts because of the complaints. Just like you say Verizon customers couldn't make calls during Hurricane Sandy there are several times I can't make calls with AT&T during good weather. If AT&T works good for you continue to use them. Just don't be naïve in thinking that AT&T works for everyone everywhere. I posted my issues with AT&T. Look at the polls. All carriers drop calls and have issues. I'm not naïve in thinking Verizon is 100% and wouldn't pretend to remember how many calls I may have dropped from a carrier in 12 years.
  • Only in the mountain's
  • I'm on Sprint prepaid with the new Moto E. Coverage around Charlotte NC metro area works great for me. Some areas are better than others, but fast and plenty reliable for my needs.
  • Unlimited data for 5 dollars more... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Exactly.
  • I'm so running to Best Buy...... ..... NOT ....... What a joke Posted via Android Central App
  • That's nice honey Posted via the Android Central App
  • Do they give you roll over half service coverage too? Posted via the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1 on the T-Mobile Network.
  • All you dorks that have to come in an article and spew chunks have mommy issues. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Blah, blah and more blah is all I see. Get a life. Posted via the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1 on the T-Mobile Network.
  • U need to update ur username. Sounds so last year. Posted via the Android Central App