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Thread: Verizon aiming at Sprint with "Everything Unlimited" $99 plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by entwined82 View Post
    Its very simple with Sprint.

    $69.99 = Internet, messaging, 450 minutes (but unlimited any mobile any time). with this plan only calls placed to land lines count against your minutes.

    $99.99 = internet, messaging, unlimited minutes.

    Thats the only difference. Both plans also include GPS, NFL, Nascar, TV, etc.
    I thought Sprint's contract with NFL ended?
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    Unlimited is Unlimited

    When Verizon says something is unlimited, it means unlimited. No false advertising, no soft caps. I thought those rumors were dispelled ages ago...
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    Sprint could be 29.99 a month unlimited i still wouldn't be interested... i hated everything about the phones and service/reps when i did have it.... i've moved onto a real cell phone provider and i'm staying there forever.... verizon finally started bringing in a swarm of fresh new phones the only thing they were lagging in the past... long live android+verizon
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    Anyone hear a date on this? Paying $199 dollars for 700 minutes, unlimited txt and data is really getting to my wallet ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by anewday View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by entwined82 View Post
    Its very simple with Sprint.

    $69.99 = Internet, messaging, 450 minutes (but unlimited any mobile any time). with this plan only calls placed to land lines count against your minutes.

    $99.99 = internet, messaging, unlimited minutes.

    Thats the only difference. Both plans also include GPS, NFL, Nascar, TV, etc.
    I thought Sprint's contract with NFL ended?
    There is still a Football app for Sprint and its still actively being developed but yeah, I forgot about that. Thanks for pointing this out. Verizon now have exclusive NFL rights.
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    This just made my day.
    I'm still on my parent's plan, since they're wonderful enough to support me until I get out of college.
    However, I've still looked into getting my own line...
    $100 instead of $120, and $10 cheaper than owning the iPhone? I pray to god they go through with this, because then I may actually be able to afford it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colorfulRhyme View Post
    This just made my day.
    I'm still on my parent's plan, since they're wonderful enough to support me until I get out of college.
    However, I've still looked into getting my own line...
    $100 instead of $120, and $10 cheaper than owning the iPhone? I pray to god they go through with this, because then I may actually be able to afford it.
    Cheaper AND unlimited data instead of 2GB cap with a buttload of charges if you go over by much. Don't forget AT&T's cap on new data contracts. With that in mind, I wouldn't switch over to AT&T if they were offering free phones that gave out iced tea with the push of a button.
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    who cares what sprint has. this just saved me $10 a month
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