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Sprint's new 'All In' unlimited plans limit video to 3G speeds

Jared Newman | July 1, 2015
Sprint says it's simplifying wireless service with a new "All In" plan that includes the cost of a smartphone, but its rules on throttling are making things more complicated.

The funny thing is that Sprint's new promotional video for All In kicks off by knocking T-Mobile's tiered data plans, which enforce throttling instead of overage fees when users hit their monthly limits. Argue the merits of that approach all you want, but at least users know what they're getting without putting each plan under a microscope.

 

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