Sprint Introduces Business Share More Plans

Carrier promises to help businesses reduce costs and complexity with new shared data plans for mobile workforces on LTE.

May 9, 2016

2 Min Read

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Sprint (NYSE:S) now offers businesses of all sizes great, flexible wireless pricing with its new Business Share More plans. With multi-tiered data share packages and a wide selection of devices and personalized solutions, Sprint is the clear winner compared to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile for business customers. Plus, Sprint business customers can enjoy the power of the super-fast LTE Plus Network to access important emails, video apps and Internet portals in more than 200 markets nationwide.

The Business Share More plans ensure that employees have access to the right amount of monthly sharable data virtually wherever and whenever they need it. The tiers range from 20GB with up to 10 lines to 500GB with unlimited lines. These plans are structured to ensure that when a business grows and data needs increase, so does value. The more data you purchase, the better your value (price per gigabyte). Further, it’s easy to step from one plan to the next as needs change or as your business changes in size.

As part of the Business Share More plans, Sprint provides business customers a wide selection of choices and options. Customers can choose almost any device, including smartphones, tablets and mobile broadband. Additionally, these devices can be leased, purchased with 24 monthly installments, or discounted with a two-year contract term. Business customers can also opt for an individual companion plan as part of the package.

What do businesses get with Business Share More plans?

  • Unlimited talk and text while on the Sprint Network

  • Shared on-network data

  • International text (U.S. to international)

  • No minimum service term required

  • No line limits starting at 300GB

  • Add Sprint Open World for no extra charge for international travel

“With Sprint Business Share More plans, we’re making business pricing simpler than ever and ensuring we continue to meet the needs of today’s mobile workforce,” said Kim Green-Kerr, vice president and general manager, Small and Medium Business at Sprint. “Compare our plans to AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, you’ll find that our plans are easier to understand and offer more value than the competition.”

Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S)

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