RELATED: The Limits of Unlimited
Sprint also mentioned that they will be pricing their own Sprint Prepaid more to attract the non-Unlimited customer, but that advantage slips away when compared to their 'regular' plans...unless your credit really sucks. Sprint's Prepaid also has a limited choice of phones.
On the other side of the Sprint building, their Virgin Mobile brand is still waiting to pounce on the market with a "disruptor" price, while making sure they don't do harm to their other prepaids, including Boost Mobile. That's 3 prepaids from one major wireless company. I wonder if there are arguments in the hall at Sprint headquarters about who gets to do what: price wars within the same company? Back in 2009 we pondered that Virgin Mobile would become the low-priced version of Sprint. I'm sure they'll get around to it in less than 8 years.