Just weeks after talk of a merger between the two carriers fell through, the price battle between Sprint and T-Mobile is heating up again.
On Thursday, Sprint rolled out its $60-per-month unlimited data plan. The same day, T-Mobile released its Simple Choice plan, which gives a year’s worth of unlimited data to both current customers who reel in new subscribers from other carriers and the new subscribers themselves. T-Mobile’s unlimited data plan is priced at $80 per month.
In addition to the new data plan, Sprint also officially launched Sprint Spark. The 4G service — first announced in June — is intended to increase download and streaming speeds. …
Via: Mashable: Business