Sprint and T-Mobile Address Limits on Unlimited Plans with More Plans
Just days after T-Mobile and Sprint simultaneously released “one plan to rule them all,” the two carriers released additional plans: T-Mobile One Plus and Sprint Unlimited Freedom Premium. Why is there a need for more plans if the plans announced on August 18 were one-size-fits-all and unlimited? Well, it turns out that limits on tethering and video streaming resolution, among other things, caused a bit of a public uproar, and the carriers were compelled to make adjustments to their models.
For the consumer, how does this all play out? Our in-house numbers whiz, Joshua Barbach, answers this question for us with the following graphs:
So similar to the original “Unlimited everything” plans, Sprint is the cheaper play, or equal for the 3-8 line plans. Up next — what you get with the new premium plans, and a value analysis.