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Sprint Unlimited 55+ for seniors could be announced on May 18

Last August, T-Mobile announced an unlimited plan for people aged 55 and older. A report published today says Sprint will present its own unlimited plan for seniors on May 18. Sprint is expected to call its Unlimited 55+ plan. If that sounds familiar, well, it turns out to be the same name as the T-Mobile plan for seniors. If you are 55 or older, Sprint will give you an unlimited service line for $ 50 per month, or two lines for $ 70 per month. Currently, Sprint charges $ 60 per month for an unlimited service line and $ 100 per month for two lines.

In addition to the special price, the rest of the plan remains the same as Sprint's unlimited regular offers. This means that subscribers receive unlimited calls, text messages and data, with video transmission in (DVD quality) 480p, music transmission at 500 kbps and transmission of games at 5 Mbps. With Sprint's global roaming service, subscribers can send text messages and use data in 185 countries at 2G speeds without having to pay more. International roaming has a limit of 100MB at 2G speeds and, during periods of high traffic, Sprint could reduce the data rates of the most demanding users.

With the report that T-Mobile and Sprint could finally announce a merger next week, Sprint might decide not to announce this. On the other hand, taking into account the regulatory approvals that such a transaction would require, an agreement between the two companies could take up to a year to close. With this in mind, the fourth largest operator in the country could decide to go ahead and offer its version of Unlimited 55+ next month.

source: AndroidPolice

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