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Touting data prices that are 56 percent lower than AT&T and Verizon, Sprint on Monday announced its new Business Share Plans, which the carrier says could result in thousands of dollars in savings for business customers.
Businesses can choose from two plans: discounted and undiscounted (available in select channels) devices. Once they select their device with its associated monthly charge for unlimited talk and text, they choose the data bucket that meets their needs.
“Under its new CEO, Sprint has committed itself to offering highly competitive plans for consumers,” said Mark Lowenstein, managing director, mobile ecosystem, Sprint. “This new business offering goes a long way toward expanding on those recent offensive moves with an understanding that business customers who pay less for their wireless service can free resources for additional business mobility solutions that increase employee productivity and effectiveness.”
The Overland Park, Kansas-based carrier also is offering, through Oct. 31, at least $300 in credits to business customers who switch to Sprint.
The company’s announcement follows a flurry of price cuts and data-allotment increases from the major carriers in the past month, attempting to woo new customers and keep existing ones.