Going for Sprint connection will not be as cheap as it used to be if reports from the SprintUsers.com are to be believed. Come July 13th and Sprint will limit its unlimited mobile broadband service to 5GB. Currently major US carriers are limiting their 3G data services. Verizon Wireless and AT&T have done so and probably Sprit will follow them although there are no confirmations from the company itself. The report further states that the new terms of service will also limit the number of roaming minutes and data that a subscriber can use before Sprint reserves the right to terminate service or reduce download speeds.
The Sprint Mobile Broadband Network is currently USA’s largest mobile broadband network covering over 200 million people as well as 878 airports. Under the prevailing two-year Sprint subscriber agreement, subscribers are eligible to receive unlimited data usage for $59.99 per month.