Sprint has intensified price war in prepaid segment through its Prepaid arm Boost Mobile which has reduced prices of prepaid plans by $5 and also doubled data allowance starting today. The new rate with double data will be available up to November 3, 2014.
Prior to this announcement, Boost Mobile had starting rate plan at $40 which offers 500MB at high speed ( speed reduces to 2G after crossing this limit) but now customers can use 1GB at high speed at reduced rate of $35/month.
Earlier plans $50 offering 2.5GB at high speed but now customer will use 5GB at high speed at reduced price $45/month. The $60 plan was offering 5GB at high speed but it will now allow customers to use 10GB at high speed at reduced price $55/ month.
All above three plans offers unlimited talk, text and data with a catch that video-streaming is limited to 3G speed only.
The changes may be seen as below.
Sprint’s one more MVNO nTelos has also launched new prepaid plans offerings, $45 plan offers 10GB while $55 plan offers unlimited data usage. AT&T’s Cricket Mobile has also increased data allowance in its $45/month plan from 500MB to 2GB.
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