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Sprint nationalizes Unlimited Access Plan

updated 01:40 pm EST, Wed February 6, 2008

Sprint Unlimited Access

Following test marketing in several areas during 2007, Sprint has officially launched its Unlimited Access Plan nationwide. The package can be tied to any phone sold by the carrier, and not only includes unlimited web browsing and e-mail, but unlimited voice calls, text messaging and MMS picture transfers.

The option is not intended for the average subscriber, however, as it costs $120 a month, and must be bought from a Sprint retail store. This price is also increased if people choose a smartphone, since these require either Power Vision access or a special BlackBerry service plan. Should a person cancel within the first 30 days, they are obligated to pay for actual use.



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  1. Guest

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    is it

    really true?

  1. Guest

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    not available

    too bad it is not available everywhere. small print on sprint site says:

    Offer limited to the following markets: San Francisco Bay Area; Upper Central, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Minneapolis, MN; Tampa, FL.

  1. thewebdrives

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    that is too bad

    when they write those things in small font size at the bottom..

  1. Guest

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    re:small fonts

    thats right, i hate that too..

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