The Unlimited Basic plan is now effectively replacing Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan at the same $60 single-line price point. Here are Sprint's Unlimited plans: Unlimited Plus: A feature-rich plan that includes unlimited data, talk and text with more mobile hotspot data, TIDAL Premium music streaming and the TV you love, with Hulu, HD streaming and additional global roaming options - all at the industry's best price.1 Unlimited Basic: Perfect for customers who may not need additional features but who still want unlimited talk, text and data and Hulu, at a great value.2 Unlimited Military: Designed especially for veterans, active duty and reserves of the USA armed forces.3 Unlimited 55+: A distinct Unlimited plan designed for people over 55 that provides exceptional value.4 And this is only the start. Under this promotional pricing, Unlimited Plus costs $50 a month for a single line, with a second line available for another $30, and lines three through five costing $10 each. You get unlimited talk, text, and data, 480p video streaming, 500MB of hotspot, 5GB of roaming data to Canada/Mexico, and a Hulu limited commercials account.
Get Data Sheet, Fortune's technology newsletter. Sprint had been waiving the fees on the third, fourth and fifth lines of its Unlimited Freedom plan for a year, letting families of four get unlimited data for $100 a month for the next 12 months.More news: Jabari Parker, Chicago Bulls are progressing on a deal
Unlimited Basic costs the same as Unlimited Freedom at $60/month for one line, but even so, is an all-around worse deal.
The first line costs $70 per month with the second tacking on an extra $50.
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This new Unlimited Plus one costs $70 a month, a $10 increase over the carrier's previous unlimited offering. You'll get 10GB of LTE data when you travel to Canada and Mexico, plus 15GB of LTE hotspot data.
The new higher-tier unlimited plan adds some negligible features for $10 more per month. This plan also includes subscriptions to Hulu and TIDAL at no additional cost. That's also true when roaming in Canada and Mexico. After this threshold, speed is cut to 3G, according to Sprint. Good only on July 13. Instead, Sprint is running a promo for 5-lines and is doing an average price-per-line of $42. "So, hurry to a Sprint store, these promotions won't be around for long!"More news: Wimbledon 2018: Serena Williams to face Angelique Kerber in women's final