When carriers compete, you win. Verizon's recent reintroduction of its unlimited data plan has set off a feeding frenzy among the big four cell phone service providers. The latest company to unveil a new unlimited deal is Sprint.
On Friday, Sprint announced that new customers can now get unlimited data, talk, and text for $50 a month for the first line and add up to four more lines for $40 more. That's $90 a month for five lines.
Sprint users with one of six flagship phones -- including the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 -- will have access to much faster data speeds. Sprint enabled LTE Advanced for those phones, which doubles the data speed.
Sprint is concerned about the lengths people may go to in order to escape a long phone contract. In a new TV ad, Sprint depicts a man at the end of his tether, dragging his family and a stranger into a plot to fake his own death.
Sprint announced during its fiscal third-quarter report on Tuesday that it added 405,000 net new post-paid subscribers, 368,000 of whom were phone customers, marking Sprint's highest growth rate in four years.
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The fourth largest mobile carrier in the world purchased 33 percent of Tidal in a partnership to provide its mobile subscribers exclusive content from Tidal and its artists. A marketing fund will also be set up for artists by Sprint.
After a meeting with president-elect Donald Trump, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son pledged $50 billion toward U.S. expansion and promised to create 50,000 jobs. Now SoftBank-owned Sprint has announced that it will repatriate 5,000 jobs.