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Sprint had already offered these tie-ins with auxiliary services in one way or another, but not at this discounted price and with big data bonuses.
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FreedomPop's latest Sprint-based prepaid carrier is working hard to grab attention to its low-cost services. The hotspot is the latest ploy.
For $10 per month less than a T-Mobile ONE plan, custoemrs won't be getting LTE speeds for what may be considered auxilliary features.
Just like Comcast's own Xfinity Mobile, the service is offer on top of Verizon's LTE network and a mesh of free Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation.
The Unlimited 2 plan, though, comes with big caveats: 3Mbps upload and download speeds with 480p video streaming and even further opportunities for throttling.
Even as other carriers are piling on maximum offers for trade-ins of previous iPhones, AT&T is gunning for the jugular, but with tight strings attached.
A year's worth of service for $50 should fit the "third of smartphone owners in the U.S." that don't use more than 1GB of data.
It's not a major deal, but if you're on a former SunCom Wireless plan and want to keep it, you'll have to start paying an extra $3 or so a month.
T-Mobile ONE wraps in a feature called KickBack that customers have to opt for. Even with that, using less than 2GB costs $60 a month.
They're priced worse than MetroPCS plans (plans devised under T-Mobile control) and one worse than even the postpaid version of T-Mobile ONE.