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Sprint is First Carrier to Confirm Data Plan Price Hikes are Coming With 5G

Sprint posted its latest quarterly numbers this morning and they clearly came away happy about the new customers that were added. Good for them. However, during the call to discuss the quarter and the near feature ahead, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure confirmed something that we’ve long-feared: price increases are coming to data plans when 5G … Continued Sprint is First Carrier to Confirm D
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