If you want to subscribe to Sprint’s unlimited plan for a single line, it’s going to cost you more now than it used to as the promotional pricing is no longer being offered. The carrier has increased the price of its unlimited plan for a single line. It previously cost $50 but you’ll no longer find the plan for this price on Sprint’s website. The change has also been confirmed by a spokesperson for the carrier.


Sprint’s $50 unlimited data plan is no longer being offered for a single line. The same plan is now being offered to customers for $10, so they need to pay $60 per month for this plan. A spokesperson for Sprint confirmed to CNET that the carrier has made this change and that it went into effect on Friday.

The carrier introduced its Unlimited Freedom plan earlier this year for $50. The discounted rater was offered to existing and new customers for the first line. The promotional rate has bee offered for a couple of months but Sprint has now decided that it’s time to raise the price by $10.

Existing customers who signed up for this plan will be able to keep the $50 rate until June 30th, 2018. They will have to pay $60 per month after that.

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