Sprint Cell Phone Plans

If you’re on the lookout for Sprint phone plans and mobile devices, you’ve come to the right spot. As one of the leaders in the wireless industry, Sprint has a multitude of plans and phones that can suit any and all consumers. Find the combination that is right for you using PhoneDog’s comparison tool.


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Our comparison tool will ensure that all potential Sprint options are available to you. Choose from a wide variety of phones with features like touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboards, impressive cameras, and a whole list of apps and games to make anyone happy. The Sprint network also features impressive 4G speeds, making downloads and streaming very rapid and seamless. Check out Sprint reviews and ratings here on PhoneDog.

Company Overview: Sprint is part of the Sprint Nextel Corporation, which was officially formed in August 2005 following the successful acquisition of NEXTEL Communications by Sprint Communications for $35 billion. Sprint was originally founded as The Brown Telephone Company in 1899 in Abilene, KS. Sprint Nextel (aka "Sprint") is now headquartered in Reston, VA.

Network Benefits: Voice services including Push-to-Talk; High speed wireless data services including Sprint Power Vision streaming TV and radio content and music store; Limited Wi-Fi wireless Internet service.

Special Plan Features: Everything you need! Sprint offers individual "Everything" plans offer unlimited mobile to mobile, night calling starting at 7 p.m. and weekends, domestic long distance and no roaming charges. Or get Simply Everything for unlimited anytime minutes instead! Sprint also offers Family Share Pack plans that let families have unlimited minutes and messaging, and share from a pool of data.

Unique Features: Sprint Power Vision offers mobile data and entertainment services on a monthly or per-Kilobyte basis.

Pros: Extensive coverage for voice and high speed data services; Merger with Nextel means free calling between many Sprint and Nextel subscribers; Sprint Everything plans.

Technology Used: CDMA Network using the 1xRTT standard. Sprint is currently rolling out a higher speed EVDO network, slated for nationwide coverage by the end of 2007.

Coverage: Nationwide Sprint CDMA network; EVDO network available in 41 U.S. states as of August 2006.

Reviews: Read Sprint Reviews