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  1. I have the $100 for two lines Family Unlimited Data Plan with add-on lines at $40. Would there be any "fine-print" drawbacks? Like, loss of Unlimited for Life Guarantee? Less off-network roaming data allotment from the usual 300+Mb of data? Lower priority on the network? I know that bucket data plans have the highest post-paid priority. What will I miss out on? Because I can NOT fathom that Sprint will be losing money by giving you 3GB of hotspot data AND lose more money than my current plan.
  2. Danny Bullard Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Thursday, March 23, 2012 - 1:15 PM MDT I'm sure you know Sprint offers unlimited data, but what about the other wireless carriers? Well that's a totally different story. Out of the Big 4 carriers in the United States, Sprint is the only carrier to offer "true unlimited data." Verizon killed off their unlimited data plan just last year, leaving their heavy data users in the dust. AT&T on the other hand killed off their unlimited data plan in June of 2010 also leaving their data users in the dust. The 4th largest carrier in the U.S., T-Mobil
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