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Verizon matches AT&T double data plan, but Sprint trumps them both

Following AT&T, Verizon has now announced its own limited time double data promo. Meanwhile Sprint's new promo beats them both, offering double their competitors' promo data.
October 1, 2014
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Recently AT&T announced a limited time promo where it will double data on some of its shared family plans. In what can only be described as a monkey-see-monkey-do phenomenon, now both Verizon and Sprint are following suit with a similar move.

Verizon’s MORE Everything promo starts tomorrow and matches AT&T’s plan almost verbatim. Verizon is offering up 30GB for $130, 40GB for $150 and 60GB for $225. That’s not including the per-line access and other fees/taxes, of course. As for Sprint? Sprint is actually being a bit more aggressive than AT&T and Verizon, by doubling the data offered by the new AT&T/Verizon promos while keeping pricing even lower.


That means you if you sign up by October 31st you get 60GB for $130, 80GB for $150, and 120GB for $225. While you might still have taxes and “Sprint surcharges” to worry about here, Sprint is actually waiving the access fee charges “through 2015”. That makes Sprint’s plan a much better value, IF you happen to live in an area with solid coverage.

For existing Sprint and Verizon customers wondering if they are eligible for promo pricing, the good news is that the answer is yes! How about it, planning to snag one of these offers? If so, through which carrier: AT&T, Verizon or Sprint?