Sprint’s aggressive pricing moves aren’t confined to its core postpaid mobile plans. It’s cutting its prepaid rates as well, starting with Boost Mobile. The Sprint brand is dropping its plan rates by $5 and doubling the amount of data available in each one.
For instance, its $40 plan, which includes 500 MB of data and unlimited voice and text, will now be priced at $35 and include 1 GB of data per month. Meanwhile, the $60 plan is now $55 and its data allotment increases from 5 GB to 10 GB. As before, customers won’t lose their internet connection when they hit the new caps. Rather, their 3G and 4G connections will be throttled down to 2G speeds.
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