Sprint has offered an unlimited plan for awhile, but there have been some big caveats in place.
Getting new customers to walk through the door is still of vital importance for carriers, especially if it means getting those customers to switch from another carrier.
Niantic is trying to keep the content flowing, along with events and promotions, to keep the player base entertained in Pokémon GO.
Unlimited data plans still exist, in some form or another, and Sprint is one of the major carriers still offering the option to customers.
Which iPhone 7 Carrier Is the Best iPhone 7 Based on Coverage — AT&T vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile vs. Verizon?
Before you start picking out colors and thinking about the capacity of your new device, prospective buyers of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should first consider which carrier they will select for their new iPhone. Two critical considerations when choosing a carrier is cellular coverage and connection speed, both of which determine where you can make calls and check your email on the go.
If you’re a Sprint subscriber and plan on picking up a 32GB iPhone 7, the Now Network has a special promotion just for you.
Sprint can’t seem to make up its mind when it comes to two-year contracts, as the Now Carrier keeps going back-and-forth on the idea.