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The company is putting its foot down on its unlimited plan, which once represented the cornerstone of its monthly subscriptions.
The wireless carrier is looking to slash expenses to make sure its business is sustainable for the long term. It says some jobs will probably be affected.
The change in the plan, which Sprint argues is still less than T-Mobile's unlimited plan, will take effect on October 16.