Sprint has changed the pricing for its mobile Broadband services. Their low-end plan remains the same while the larger plans have increased megabytes and gigabytes.
Sprint claims that Broadband2Go offers customers 3G nationwide wireless Internet service without an annual contract, monthly subscription or activation fee.
The new plans, for Broadband2Go, are
- $10 for 100 MB (nothing changed.)
- $20 for 300 MB(previously 250 MB.)
- $40 for 1 GB (previously 600 MB.)
- $60 gets users 5 GB of data (previously 1 GB.)
Sprint suggests that the In particular, the $60 plan now offers 5GB, offers a suitable replacement for at-home Internet broadband service which they claim equals 250 hours of web browsing or 21 hours of video.
Neil Lindsay, Chief Marketing Officer, Virgin Mobile USA, said "More than 70 percent of customers cite that one of the main reasons they chose Broadband2Go is the flexibility to change plans as they need more or less bandwidth and to pay only for what they need."