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Sprint (S +0.1%) is making a push to grab mobile users who don't want to get locked into a...

Sprint (S +0.1%) is making a push to grab mobile users who don't want to get locked into a 2-year contract, but also want subsidized hardware. The carrier's "pay as you go" solution offers a $50/month unlimited voice/data plan for buyers of two feature phones, and a $70/month non-LTE voice/data plan for buyers of two mid-range Android phones that go for $150 and $250. This might be a sign of things to come, given SoftBank's (SFTBF.PK) willingness to use aggressive pricing to gain share.
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  • stabletker
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    I just bought an LG Android phone at Smith Grocery Store for $50 last week. Pay as you go and for $10 a month you get 60'talk and 50
    thingies of data,not a lot but it also uses wi-fi if available.Also you get free miniutes for shopping!Maybe I should buy Kroger...?
    They use sprint.
    3 Jan 2013, 04:16 PM Reply Like
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