Sprint is a telecommunication service provider that was founded in 1899. Sprint has more than 56 million subscribers that makes the carrier the 3rd largest wireless network operator in the United States. Sprint is listed in New York Stock Exchange. Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, and Assurance Wireless are the well known subsidiaries of Sprint.
Sprint uses CDMA voice technology to run its network and provides 3G and 4G LTE data speeds. Sprint offers cell phones from major cell phone manufacturers including Apple, Samsung, Nokia, HTC, Motorola, BlackBerry, and LG. Other devices such as tablets, Wi-Fi Hot Spots, and USBs are offered by Sprint.
The wireless services provider offers many special cell phone deals and packages. The basic plans offered by Sprint are:
- My Way Plan
- My All-In Plan
- Mobile Broadband
- Phone Connect
- No Contract Plan
- Home & Office Plans
- Tablet Plans
The My Way plan is extremely popular because the plan provides unlimited minutes, data, and messaging. The monthly charges are $50 for the My Way plan. Subscribers are provided with the option to choose between 1GB data or unlimited data. Also, Sprint allows subscribers to choose Hot Spot Data Volume for an additional cost.
Take a look at Sprint’s coverage map for the U.S.: http://coverage.sprint.com/IMPACT.jsp?