Out with the old, in with the new. Today Sprint has retired its no-contract As You Go service and replaced it with the more straightforwardly branded Sprint Prepaid. The new offering is something Sprint customers or no-contract shoppers should almost want to consider, but the monthly prices still aren’t low enough for the limited number of phones supported.
Sprint Prepaid introduces two smartphone plans: Smart and Smart Plus. The former offers unlimited talk and text for $45 a month.
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Sprint Replaces Previous No-Contract ‚As You Go‘ Service With New Prepaid Smartphone Plans Starting At $45 A Month was written by the awesome team at Android Police.