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Sprint's Unlimited Kickstart Plan is Back for Limited Time Only

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Sometime in June, Sprint launched a new plan it offered called Unlimited Kickstart plan. The plan cost $15 per month and included unlimited everything (yes, even LTE data). And no matter how many lines you add, the price remained the same.

Unfortunately, the plan did not last very long. Just a week after its launch, Sprint decided to end the offer because of its heavy demand. This left many disappointed apart from the lucky ones who signed up for the plan prior to June 16th.

But it looks like Sprint is making up for this short-lived plan. 

Earlier today, Sprint announced that it will be reviving its Unlimited Kickstart plan with a slight modification. For starters, the price will no longer be $15 per month but $25 and this price already has autopay billing enabled.

Starting tomorrow, August 24th, new customers can sign up for Sprint's Unlimited Kickstart plan. The plan comes with unlimited everything but with a few restrictions. Video streaming is up to 480p DVD quality, music at 500 Kbps, and gaming at 2 Mbps. During times of data congestion, the data speed will be throttled by Sprint.

If you are interested in this plan, you can bring your own phone or buy a new device from Sprint. The offer, like last time, is available for a limited time period so you might want to consider it right away if you missed the last offering.



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  1. To bad GSM phones dont work or else I would switch since MetroPCS 3rd free line doesn't work for existing customers with 3 lines

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  2. Is this better than the free 1 year plan Sprint offers?

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    1. To me this deal is better because you are grandfathered in at the price of $25\month. The promotion free service expires after a year and then you have to pay regular price from then on. I like my Sprint $15/month service for unlimited everything for life hopefully.... fingers crossed.

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  3. I have the original $15/month plan and it is great. If you can get this plan at $25/month you should give it a try. I haven't had any complaints so far using Sprint's service. I have a Moto E5 Plus and this phone and service is great. Good luck.

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    1. Voice quality is terrible, especially on the Moto E4 and E5... just terrible.

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  4. Does anyone know if this is post paid or prepaid?

    If this is postpaid, typically how much deposit do i need to put to sprint? My credit isnt good and i plan to bring my own device.

    Thanks in advance.

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    1. there is no deposit. get a free no monthly fee bluebird debit card to make the payments

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  5. This postpaid plan appears to offer roaming but no hotspot. A great deal if you dont need hotspot. I don't know if Sprint offers data roaming or just voice roaming.

    With taxes and fees I expect the actual cost to approach $30 depending on your location.

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    1. Yes you get unlimited data roaming on Sprint extended network and limited data roaming on Verizon. My tax is $3.84.

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  6. I have always cared for the underdog and supported Sprint and had it as a backup phone. Ever since I got on the $15 plan and use it as my primary phone, I came to the sudden realization that Sprint's network is indeed as bad as people have been saying. I have traveled all over the country, Sprint is incredibly unreliable... There are many sites that have issue with band 41 data connection of it not issuing IP addresses. When phone switch between band 25, 26 and 41, there is a very very long period of no data - these issues do not exist for the other 3 carriers. $15 or $25 is a good deal but you do get a pretty terrible network. It's not 1% from Verizon as the ads claim... not even close.

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    1. The 1% ads speak to "reliable" network, they never mention network coverage.

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    2. That's my point, Sprint's network is super unreliable. I don't know how many times I am sitting on very strong LTE signal on band 41 and no data. I am not over my limit, no heavy data traffic event, just Sprint network with no data because it can't issue IP addresses on the band 41 equipment... Streaming low-rate Pandora now means constant buffering which I never never saw under T-Mo, AT%T or Verizon. Voice quality is terrible and it's very difficult to understand people and vice versa.

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    3. "That's my point, Sprint's network is super unreliable"

      That's true for most Americans. Sprint works great for a tiny minority. The problem is when this tiny minority is lucky to have Sprint work for them. and then they say it will work for anyone. Sometimes they have such enthusiasm that one must wonder if they work for Sprint. I can't understand a desire to mislead other than that.

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    4. IF you compare the networks, Sprint is about 33% of Verizon, not 99%.

      "It's not 1% from Verizon as the ads claim... not even close."

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  7. You can get a new iPhone 7 for $7/month with the Kickstart plan. Best deal in wireless right now, $32 + tax. No deadbeats allowed.
    We tested Sprint free for a year and had no network problems. Always had coverage, including all trips. Don’t believe all the flamers. Your results will be a lot better than these scare tales.

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    1. Its only a good deal if you can take this phone OFF the Sprint network to a better one as soon as you got it. Otherwise, a phone which gives you no signal in most of the US is not a good deal at anything.

      Don't believe flamers, or those who sit in one spot and say Sprint covers the nation. Check Sprint's own claims; its own coverage maps... even now, coverage remains poor. And less than a dozen states have good Sprint coverage.

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    2. Click here for an accurate map assessing Sprint coverage, based on Sprint's own claims from less than a year ago. It's still rather poor....

      Want to move to Illinois???

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    3. ‘Best deal in wireless’ on the worst network...

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    4. You can't get the kickstart plan on a lease.You have to bring your own device or buy a new phone outright at full price.

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