updated 03:05 pm EDT, Tue October 30, 2007
$30 Sprint BlackBerry plan
Hoping to draw in more high-end customers, Sprint is said to be readying a new plan for BlackBerry phones that undercuts the competition. Starting on November 4th, subscribers will be able to pay $30 above voice costs for the BlackBerry Power Vision Plan, so named because of its support for media services such as Sprint TV and Sprint Navigation. Crucially, users will have access to unlimited BIS mail, as well as unlimited web browsing, downloads and text messaging.
The plan is $5 less than a next-best T-Mobile package, but does come with clauses. Subscribers must agree to a two-year contract, and Sprint's BlackBerries cannot be used as modems without a $15 add-on. [via RIMarkable]