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Samsung Sprint premium data Changes

Sprint is committed to providing its customers a great wireless experience now and in the future.Samsung Sprint get the new iPhone Killer, Samsung Instinct touchscreen smartphone. Spirit has decided that smartphone consumers should pay more for their data plans. Starting on January 30, new activations of phones will incur an add-on charge of $10 per month for Premium Data. Don’t let the name fool you though, for you won’t be getting anything better than before. It’s just that Sprint smartphone has conducted some research that showed that smartphone users use ten times more data than feature phone owners. And subsequently it seems to have decided that mobile users should pay more for it too.

So here's what we can infer from our little bit of data: the S30 is almost certainly just a newer, rounder Instinct, and will replace that years-old handset. The inclusion of its screen size as a banner feature in the preliminary press release indicates that there won't be anything groundbreaking, so unless the new software is something really special, Sprint's game is going to have to be price—as in, the lowering of.

The best news is that existing Sprint cellphones will be ‘grandfathered in’, meaning that their owners won’t have to pay $10 per month more for data, at least till then they require a contract alter, when the new fee will apply to them too. The Premium Data add-on charge is not new, as it’s been applied to owners of ’4G’ Sprint cellphones before, and was referred to as ‘the 4G tax’. But now, it will apply to all new cell activations.

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