AT&T Hooks Free HBO Into Unlimited Mobile Plans

AT&T Hooks Free HBO Into Unlimited Mobile Plans

They were followed by AT&T and joined T-Mobile and Sprint, who already offered unlimited plans as a way to entice customers.

Switchers don't get 50 percent off their old monthly rates anymore, though $80 for two Sprint Unlimited lines, for instance, is $20 less than what T-Mobile charges, as well as a $60 and $65 discount respectively from Verizon and AT&T's similar service fees.

"Our customers want wireless entertainment on their terms, and we're going to deliver", AT&T Entertainment Group Chief Marketing Officer David Christopher said in a statement.

Sprint also claims to support unlimited HD video streaming unlike T-Mobile, but T-Mobile is now promoting that feature, along with 10GB of high-speed LTE tethering, with its own unlimited plan for a limited time. All of this costs $90 per month for a single line while a double line will cost $145 per month.

According to Sprint, the company's unlimited data option provides HD streaming for video, music and gaming.

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Unlimited Data, Talk and Text for $50/month for the first line. In the aftermath of that change, Sprint today announced that they are making additional changes to the plans offered to customers.

"Sprint launched "50% off" in 2015 as a bold offer to attract customers, and it was extremely successful". It focused on offering a 50% discount off the plans offered by the other carriers.

Harry Wang, senior research director-Parks Associates, applauds the simplicity of Sprint's Unlimited offer.

Unlimited is also available to business customers, who can sign up for an unlimited number of lines.

For the last three years, Sprint has had one killer deal to try and persuade people to switch. Sprint has not had a profitable year since 2006, reports Yahoo. Data deprioritization during congestion.