Sprint’s latest prepaid plan offers 2.5GB of LTE data for $60

Sprint has slapped a fresh coat of paint on its prepaid mobile by rebranding Sprint As You Go to Sprint Prepaid and launching all new plans. The carrier has more attractive pricing too, though there’s a caveat. The Smart Plus LTE data plan is $10 less at $60, but the previously unlimited data is now throttled after 2.5GB like plans on Sprint’s Virgin and Boost Mobile brands. If you don’t need network data, the basic Smart Plan is $45 for unlimited calls and texts (plus WiFi data), a $5 drop over last year. You’ll also be able to pick any device you want, as long as its an LTE Samsung Galaxy S3, LTE Galaxy S4 mini or a 3G Moto G. With T-Mobile having just doubled down on data, we’re not sure how tempting that sounds — but if Softbank gets its merger, it may soon not matter.


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