Sprint and T-Mobile announced today that they will begin offering data roaming at no extra charge in the US.
This move is not a big surprise, but it’s important for a number of reasons.
First, it means that users who are in a position to use data roaming will no longer have to pay for the privilege.
That’s great news for consumers, since roaming costs are an expense that is typically much higher than the cost of a phone line.
It also means that a number who may have used unlimited data in the past will be able to continue to do so.
It’s an important win for consumers in the long run, as it will mean that consumers will have more choices when it comes to what services they can access while traveling.
And of course, it makes sense given how much data roaming is costing consumers.
Sprint has long been the largest wireless carrier in the United States, and it has long offered its customers unlimited data.
The carrier has long had plans to expand this offer to other countries, but the rollout has been slow.
T-Mo is also the largest carrier in America, and the carrier has also been making strides toward rolling out its unlimited data service to customers in other markets.
Sprint’s post launch plans will be similar to what T-mo offered before, but will be limited to a handful of markets.
Those markets will include California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Washington, and Oregon.
As with AT&amt, T-MO will offer its customers a two-year trial of unlimited data roaming.
Sprint and Sprint Nextel will also offer unlimited data on their post-paid plans.
TMO will also be offering its customers the ability to purchase unlimited data with AT & T Mobile.
This will be the third time that Sprint and its network partner have expanded this feature, but this is the first time that T-mobile will be offering it at all.
What you need to know about Sprint’s unlimited data plan: While this is technically a trial, customers will be paying a $10 per month per line fee to activate the feature, and those customers will need to upgrade to a T-SIM.
For the most part, unlimited data will be offered on the Sprint Next.
T Mobile will also have unlimited data for the first six months of the plan, but there is no cap on data usage.
After that, customers need to pay $12 per month for a monthly cap of 150MB.
Tmo will offer unlimited 4G LTE data in select markets, but data will not be available in other regions.
What customers can expect to see in the future: As previously announced, customers who are eligible to upgrade or downgrade will have access to unlimited data while they are in those markets.
If you’re currently in a region where Tmo and Sprint are offering data service, you’ll be able choose to activate that service.
Customers who are still in a country where T- Mobile or Sprint is offering unlimited data, but are outside of those regions, will be required to pay a $14 per month “data cap” for each additional GB of data that they add.
Sprint will also roll out the ability for customers to add additional data as well.
Customers can only add up to 20GB to their data plan at a time, so if you add more than 20GB in a month, you won’t be able add the next 20GB of data without paying a monthly data cap.
If your monthly data caps are too high, you can also downgrade your plan to a 2G or 3G data plan.
What we know about T-mobility: After rolling out the unlimited data feature last year, Sprint and the AT&s carrier will start to roll out an unlimited data tier in the coming months.
This new tier will be available to all customers on Sprint Next and Tmo’s postpaid plans, and will be priced at $12 a month for the month.
Sprint says that it will only offer this feature to existing Sprint Next customers.
The new feature will be rolled out over the next several months, but customers will only be able access it when they’re in a location that is compatible with unlimited data plans.
For more information on this new service, check out our Tmo review.
Tmobile will also continue to offer unlimited service in select regions, including California, Arizona, and Nevada.
The company will also launch its unlimited 3G and 4G data plans in select states.
Customers with an active Sprint Next SIM card will be eligible for the unlimited 3M data plan, while those with an inactive Sprint Next prepaid card will get unlimited 4M data.