In January of 2020, they introduced a 'free' plan - which offers talk and text only, but they also offer a few plans with data.
T-Mobile Merger Notes
Last Update: August 10th, 2020
Sprint is now part of T-Mobile, as per the merger that closed on April 1, 2020.
New Sprint customers are directed to T-Mobile to sign up for their plans, however, some of Sprint's legacy plans are still available in-store or over the phone.
Customers on existing direct Sprint plans will be able to retain those plans for the next three years without price increases or changes to features.
The two networks still operate mostly independently with their own towers and frequency bands. Some Sprint customers can have their Sprint phones coded to make the T-Mobile network the primary network for their phones instead of Sprint. Sprint customers with recent 5G phones such as the Galaxy S10 automatically use T-Mobile as the primary network since the combined company is shutting down Sprint's 5G service.
At present time - aside from Boost being sold to Dish Network - there are no changes to 3rd party, reseller, non-profit or MVNO plans sold on the Sprint network. However, we are continuing to monitor the situation and will update as appropriate.
Currently Available Plans:
- 2GB data $19.99/month
- 23GB data (advertised as 'unlimited') for $39.99/month
All of their data plans permit mobile hotspot use.
- Carrier Networks Used: Sprint
- Carrier Relationship: MVNO
- Plan Types Available: Phone
- Device Types Permitted: Any
- Unlimited: 23GB of high-speed, then daily allowance of 170mb of 2G data.
- High Speed Mobile Hotspot Use: Yes
- Throttling: After high-speed allowance is used, data speeds throttled to 2G
- Network Management: None apparent, although they do have a '2G Fair Use policy'
- Video Streaming Resolution: Not specified
- 5G Access: No
- Device Purchase Required: No, but phones are available for purchase
- Plan Period: 1 month
- International Roaming: None
- Domestic Roaming: None
- Data Roll Over: None
- Overage Charges: None
- Extras: None
Potential Alternatives to Consider:
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