AT A Glance
- Plans start at $45 for 2GB.
- Notable: Won't limit video streaming quality; attractive international roaming package; 10GB mobile hot spot data.
Sprint cell phone plans
Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom plan gives you unlimited talk, text and data. Unlike other unlimited plans, it doesn’t restrict your video quality, so you can stream in high definition (1080p). You also get 10GB of high-speed mobile hot spot data.
Sprint gives you attractive international roaming perks with every plan, including unlimited texting and 2G data usage in most countries, plus calling at 20 cents per minute.
The prices for the Unlimited Freedom plan listed below don’t include a discount of $5 per line, per month, for automatic payment:
- First line: $65
- Second line: $45
- Additional lines: $35 each
Sprint also offers a single line 2GB plan for $45 per month.
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Sprint Family Plans
Ten lines can share one plan. One line on the Freedom plan costs $65 per month. The first additional line is $45 per month, and any lines added beyond that are $35 per month. You can get a $5 per line monthly discount on any Sprint plan if you sign up for autopay.
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Sprint prepaid plans
Sprint offers two monthly prepaid plans:
- 4GB of data for $45
- Unlimited data for $65
Streaming video on the prepaid unlimited plan is limited to standard definition (480p), and mobile hot spot data is limited to 2G speeds. You can learn more about Sprint’s prepaid cell phone plans here.
Sprint unlimited plan: How it compares on price
The pricing below doesn’t include taxes, fees or autopay discount.
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Updated June 5, 2017.
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