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Press Release -- September 15th, 2014
Source: Sprint Nextel

New Sprint Prepaid Offers Provide More Options & More Flexibility

Finding a plan within the Sprint portfolio to meet your ever-changing wireless needs just got easier. Whether you’re looking for a great family plan with double the high-speed data at a lower price than AT&T and Verizon Wireless,[1] some of the best unlimited wireless plans available from a national carrier, or prepaid plans that provide more options for less cost, Sprint has you covered.

What is next you ask? We have created true value regardless of how you choose to purchase your wireless service with the new Sprint Prepaid plans.

Sprint introduced “Sprint As You Go” in 2012 to provide customers in Sprint retail stores the option of a no long-term contract, no-credit check, no commitment solution under the Sprint brand. Earlier this year, we revamped that offer and launched the Sprint Prepaid brand with no contract monthly plans ranging from $35 to $60 depending [1] service [ Wi-Fi only or unlimited and additional data] and [2] type of device [smartphone or feature], but with limited selection of handsets.

The Sprint Prepaid brand now joins Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile by offering a monthly plan that matches your needs.

  • $35 – Unlimited Talk, Text and 1GB[2] data
  • $45 – Unlimited Talk, Text and 3GB data
  • $55 – Unlimited Talk, Text and 6GB data

*all plans include respective 3G/4G high-speed data allotment applicable to monthly plan. Video streaming may be limited to 3G speeds

These competitive prices and high-speed data options operate on the Sprint Nationwide Network without a contract.

Jack Pflanz is a communications manager for the Prepaid Group at Sprint. Based in upstate New York, he works primarily with Assurance Wireless, payLo by Virgin Mobile and Sprint Prepaid and is well versed in the company’s prepaid offerings. Jack can be reached at

[1] To improve the data experience for the majority of users, throughput speeds may be limited, varied or reduced on the network.
[2] Video streaming for all Sprint Prepaid plans may be limited to 3G speeds. High-speed data access ends at each plan’s applicable monthly data threshold.

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