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Sprint Challenges AT&T, Verizon by Doubling Business Data Again

Rarely a day goes by that one of the big carriers doesn’t offer a new discount or a bigger chunk of data on their consumer or business plans. Just in the past two weeks, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile all have updated their plans – in some cases, more than once.

The latest deal comes from Sprint, which, beginning today, is again doubling the data on its business plans for the same price.

This latest promotion, running through Oct. 31, gives businesses double the data for what the company says is $50-$150 less per month than what you’ll get at AT&T. The Overland Park, Kansas-based carrier also said that it is waiving $15 access charges for unlimited talk and text through the end of the year for customers who bring their number to Sprint or activate a phone. The promotion is available only through installment billing.

Breaking it down, the Sprint offer gives businesses:

  • 240GB of shared data for $400 (50 device maximum)
  • 320GB of shared data for $540 (50 device maximum)
  • 400GB of shared data for $675 (50 device maximum)
  • 600GB of shared data for $1,010 (100 device maximum)
  • 800GB of shared data for $1,350 (100 device maximum)  

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