Less than two months ago, Sprint decided to do away with its one-size-fits-all unlimited plan and introduce two new ones — Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Basic. Starting today, those two plans are being joined by another, more expensive option called Unlimited Premium.
Sprint Unlimited Premium costs $90/month for one line, but if you bring over your own phone or buy a brand-new one at full price, goes down to $80/month. Included with the plan is unlimited talk, text, and data, video streaming in Full HD, unlimited talk, text, and LTE data in Mexico + Canada, and global roaming in over 185 countries around the world.
None of that's particularly special, but one of the big perks of Unlimited Premium is that you get access to 50GB of mobile hotspot data each and every month. For comparison's sake, Unlimited Plus only comes with 15GB.
To make the deal even sweeter, Sprint also includes:
- Amazon Prime ($119/year value)
- Tidal Premium ($9.99/month value)
- Hulu with Limited Commercials ($7.99/month value)
- Lookout Premium Plus mobile security service ($99.99/year value)
Plus, for a limited time, Unlimited Premium subscribers get $20 in Uber credits to use each month.
The act of wireless carriers having multiple "unlimited" plans can get old really fast, but Sprint's latest offer with Unlimited Premium honestly sounds like an amazing deal. If you're interested, you can check it out for yourself on Sprint's site right now.
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