Yesterday Sprint announced that on September 10 it will make an incredible announcement: the biggest wireless news of 2009. That day is today and we thought that the carrier will announce that it has successfully deployed a 100 percent working LTE network (4G). Well that is not the case as Sprint has introduced the Any Mobile, Anytime service plan which is something that you probably can find at other carriers like AT&T.
So far the carrier had only unlimited calling between Sprint and … Sprint, and Any Mobile will be available for the Everything Data plans that cost more than $69. Sprint tells us to say goodbye to restrictive calling, but that’s a different story when it comes to roaming as the carrier can close your service if you use more than 800 minutes, or a majority of minutes, of a majority of KBs while surfing the web.
We’re not saying that the Any Mobile feature is not useful, we’re just saying that it’s not what we expected. Well, we may be wrong, but we’ll learn all the details and let you know if it’s worth it. For more info check out the Any Mobile, Anytime website here.
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