You might have heard buzz lately about Sprint releasing an Unlimited 55+ plan, similar to T-Mobile. If you are a Sprint customer who is 55 years or older, you can sign up for one line of unlimited service for $50 a month, or two lines for $70 a month. In comparison two lines of the typical Sprint unlimited plan – which include unlimited talk, text, data, limited international texting and data, and a mobile hot spot – costs $100 a month.
Maybe you’re thinking, “but didn’t T-Mobile just release the same thing?” Yes, they did. As explained by The Verge, Sprint’s deal “bears a shocking similarity to T-Mobile’s Unlimited 55+ plan, which, in addition to sharing the same name, also offers two lines of unlimited data for $70 a month (or $50 for one line).”
And maybe now you’re thinking, aren’t T-Mobile and Sprint merging anyway? Yes, yes they are. Soon enough this deal for the 55 and older demographic will come from one source, but until the merger, T-Mobile and Sprint are happily offering it separately.
Source: TheVerge.com – Sprint’s new Unlimited 55+ plan for seniors is now available
Published: May 18, 2018