Sprint is All-in, except you can’t watch video

Written by on July 7, 2015 in Snippets with 1 Comment

US phone carrier Sprint is offering an unlimited data plan that carries one important caveat: throttled data rates for video.

The carrier’s All-In smartphone plan charges users $80 per month with no limit on voice or data usage. Streaming video, however, will be slowed to a crawl, thanks to a limit holding video to “3G” data speeds.

“Streaming video speeds will be limited to 600Kbps at all times, which may impact quality,” Sprint says of the plan. Read the story here…

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  1. Alex Leslie says:

    Ah, Marcelo Claure says he won’t throttle video, but….. good analysis here from Jonathon Gordon: http://www.pricingdataplans.com/operator-still-grappling-with-ott-video/

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