Sprint Everything Messaging 900
+ Motorola i576 ($99.99 upfront)

Sprint
 Total Price
$69.99 per month
Plan: $69.99 per month
Phone: $99.99 upfront
 Minutes
900 mins
 Data
-
 Texts
Unlimited
 Contract
24 months
 Fine Print
Depending on your usage, other fees and charges may apply, including early exit fees.
$69.99/mth
+ $135.99 Upfront

Plan Details

Key Points

Positives

  •  Unlimited Free Nights & Weekends Minutes (From 7pm - 7am Mon - Fri & All Weekend)
  •  Free voicemail (or included in monthly minutes)
  •  Video calls included in the included value (only available on phones that support video calls)
  •  Free Calling to Other Numbers on this Network
  •  No Long Distance Charges (Domestic USA)
  •  No Roaming Charges in USA

Features

  •  Able to change plan up and back for free
 About this Plan

The Sprint Everything Messaging Plan is for a single cell phone service in the U.S. and includes unlimited text, picture and video messaging to any U.S. mobile and unlimited Sprint to Sprint mobile calling in the U.S.


Features & Benefits

Unlimited Messaging

Send unlimited nationwide text, picture and video messages to any network in the U.S. with the Sprint Everything Messaging Plan.

Unlimited Sprint to Sprint Mobile Calling

When you're in the U.S. you can call any other Sprint mobile in the U.S. and enjoy unlimited calls to those numbers every month at no additional charge.

Unlimited Nights and Weekends

Make unlimited calls at no additional charge from 7pm to 7am weekdays and all weekend

Night Minutes

  • Start at 7pm
  • End at 7am

Weekend Minutes

  • Start at 7pm Friday night
  • End at 7am Monday morning
No Roaming/ Long Distance Charges (in the U.S.)

With this plan you won't be charged any roaming or long distance charges to numbers in the U.S. whilst in the U.S.

Sprint Premier

The Sprint Everything Messaging Plan entitles you to join Sprint Premier which provides loyalty perks such as free gifts, discounts and special anniversary rewards.

Other Included Features

With the Sprint Everything Messaging Plan, the following features are also included:

  • Call Forwarding
  • Voicemail
  • Call Waiting
  • Caller ID/ Caller ID Block
  • Three-Way Calling
  • Numeric Paging
  • Sprint 411 (charges apply)
  • Free Shipping and activation for new customers

 

Rates

US Rates Cost
Additional minutes $0.40 per minute
Text messages (pay per use) $0.00 each
Picture/video messages (pay per use) $0.00 each

Full Cost Breakdown

Description Upfront Monthly Total
(Over 24 months)
 Plan Everything Messaging 900 - $69.99 $1,679.76
 Phone Motorola i576 $99.99 - $99.99
 Texts Unlimited text messages (included) - - -
 Other fees One time activation fee $36.00 - $36.00
Grand Total $135.99 $69.99 $1,815.75

Other Phones Available

Contract Terms:
Sort Phones:
Motorola i335
Simple bar style phone with alpha-numeric keyboard and bluetooth support.
$59.99
upfront
Motorola i576
Simple flip phone design, resistant to water, dust, shock and temperature damage.
$99.99
upfront
Motorola i886
iDEN flip phone with 2 megapixel camera and camcorder and expandable memory.
$99.99
upfront
Motorola i365
Bar style phone, resistant to water, shock and dust damage. Bluetooth connectivity.
$119.99
upfront
Motorola Brute i686
Rugged construction meeting military standards with 2 megapixel camera and expandable memory.
$139.99
upfront

More about Sprint

Sprint is currently the third largest carrier in the US, connecting almost 56 million Americans at the end of 2012. The carrier as it is today exists due to a 2005 merger between the original Sprint Corporation and former wireless company Nextel Communications.

While Sprint was the first carrier to launch a 4G wireless service in the US, unveiling its 4G WiMax network in 2008, it was only the third to introduce 4G LTE to customers, which began operating in July 2012. As such, its LTE network isn’t the widest or fastest available, though the company is making great strides to catch up to competitors such as Verizon and plans to expand its current LTE network to more than 100 new markets throughout 2013, as well as improve its existing 3G network. Its 4G WiMax network is available much more extensively than LTE and, although not as fast as LTE, average WiMax download speeds are still three to five times faster than the average download speeds achievable with 3G.

What Sprint does offer is standard voice and data plans, as well as Family packages for up to 5 lines. Alongside T-Mobile, it is one of the few carriers to currently offer truly unlimited data through its Simply Everything Plan, with no throttling or slowing of speeds. The Simply Everything Plan was one of the first unlimited text, calls and data plans promoted by a US carrier, and although it’s one of the pricier plans that Sprint sells, it’s still great value when compared to similar offerings from AT&T or Verizon.

While Sprint formerly only offered post-paid plans, handing over prepaid options to its subsidiaries Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile, as of January 2013 the company has launched its Sprint As You Go prepaid brand. Unfortunately, Sprint’s prepaid services are only available at Sprint stores and through authorized distributors, and can’t be purchased online. Rumour has it that once its LTE network is more established, Sprint will be repositioning its WiMax network to service prepaid customers exclusively.

Sprints’ selection of devices is standard, and includes smartphones running the Android and Windows Phone platforms, Blackberry phones and the iPhone (although its range of basic cell phones is quite minimal). Being a CDMA carrier, Sprint may not be the best option for customers who travel frequently, although they do offer dual mode CDMA/GSM handsets.

In terms of customer service, Sprint offer lots of website troubleshooting and online support including live chat and email, as well as a large network of retail stores.

If you’re looking for a reliable carrier with good speeds that won’t break the bank, you may find Sprint a much more affordable option the Verizon or AT&T. Although its 4G network isn’t yet as extensive as that of Verizon or AT&T, it’s available in most metro markets, and Sprint offer extremely competitive plans with the added bonus of no data throttling to slow you down.

Sprint’s Network Specs:

  • Technology: CDMA
  • 2G Bandwidths (1x): 1900MHz
  • 3G Bandwidths (EV-DO): 1900MHz
  • 4G Bandwidths (Wi-Max): 2500MHz

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