The 3rd largest network provider of US, Sprint would be offered cheaper plans in this week, according to a latest report. The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Claure is preparing to roll out new price plans which might be offered much cheaper price, as compared to the previous plan.
The Claure has also said that -We are going to change our plans to make sure that they are simple and attractive and make sure every customer in America thinks twice about signing up to a competitor,” said. He said the “very disruptive” rates would be coming this week.
According to The Journal:
“In Chicago, Sprint tested a plan that offered unlimited talk, text and data for $50 a month — $30 less than a similar plan from T-Mobile and something market leaders Verizon Communications and AT&T don’t offer … In Portland, Ore., (it) tested a family-focused plan that offered lines for four smartphones and 20 gigabytes of data to share for $160, the same price as plans offered by AT&T and Verizon, but with twice as much data. … And in Buffalo, N.Y., the carrier has offered its “Framily” plan at a $10 discount per line, so any group of five users could pay $25 a month apiece for unlimited talk, text and 1 gigabyte of data.”
On Sunday, company spokeswoman Jennifer Walsh said, “Sprint has not made any announcements and does not have any comment.”