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Sprint Doubles the Data of AT&T Promotion with Sprint Family Share Pack and Sprint Business Share Offers

 

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), October 01, 2014 - Sprint (NYSE: S) continues its pledge to provide U.S. consumers “double the data” compared to AT&T and Verizon for the same or lower monthly price. Starting today, Sprint is offering double the data of AT&T’s recently announced promotion by adding value to the high-end data allowances on data share plans. These changes, in combination with Sprint’s capacity-rich 2.5 GHz spectrum position and America’s Newest Network, further illustrates Sprint’s commitment to deliver the best value to consumers.

Sprint Family Share Pack

Beginning today, new and existing Sprint customers will get virtually double the sharable data, for the same price as AT&T, on the 32GB, 40GB and 60GB Family Share Pack plans. This gives customers 60GB, 80GB, or 120GB of data – at no extra cost -- if they sign up by Oct. 31 at Sprint retail stores, Sprint.com or Sprint Telesales. Promotion will be available in additional retail outlets soon. Existing customers on the current Sprint Family Share Pack plans that want to take advantage of the “double the data” promotion can visit their local Sprint Retail store or dial *2 for Customer Care from their wireless device by Oct. 31.

For customers switching their number to Sprint from another carrier, Sprint is waiving the access charge for handsets, tablets and mobile broadband devices on 20GB or higher data allowances for up to 10 lines.1 All devices must be purchased through Sprint Easy Pay or the Sprint iPhone for Life Plan.

Active Discussion Here: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/6319-marcelo-claure-town-hall-meetings-new-family-share-pack-plan-unlimited-individual-plan-discussion-thread/page-90

 

Source: http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/sprint-stands-behind-pledge-to-deliver-double-the-data.htm?view_id=8028

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