Sprint has confirmed that it will offer its subscribers unlimited data usage along with Apple's new star smartphone, iPhone 4S.
Sprint was the last US wireless carrier to confirm closing a deal to sell the iPhone 4S, even before the Apple launch event. Sprint has scored high in surveys regarding customers' carrier preference, but analysts had suspected that the carrier would drop its consumer-friendly strategies to get the huge deal that Apple was offering.
A recent press release will have reassured its subscribers, as Sprint announced unlimited data pricing plans (opens in new tab) for iPhone 4S.
As the press release shows, Sprint will offer unlimited plans starting at $69.99 monthly plus a required $10 "premium data add-n charge". The Mobile Hotspot will also be available for a surcharge of $30 (yes, we've added the extra cent that doesn't subliminally influence customers anymore). The top data plan, "Simply Everything" as Sprint calls it, will be available for $100, plus $10 premium data add-on.
Sprint subscribers will be able to have the three iPhone 4S versions of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB for $200, $300 and $400 respectively.
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