Sprint's The carrier's website now lists the plan at $60 per month. A Sprint spokesperson confirmed the change to CNET, which went into effect Friday.for a single line is no more.
The $50 Unlimited Freedom plan, introduced earlier this year as part of a promotion, will remain in effect for existing customers who have already signed up. Those customers will keep the $50 rate until June 30, 2018. After that, the price will bump up to the $60 rate now being offered to newbies.
Families may see some savings by signing on with the yellow carrier, however. Sprint now offers a $100 per month rate for customers with two to five lines of service. That's a $20 increase from Sprint's previous $80 for two lines, but it's also a $20 savings on.
Sprint's website says the current plan prices will remain in effect for customers that sign up until January 31, 2019. The prices will then change to $60 per month for the first line, $40 per month for the second line and $30 per month per line for the third through the fifth.
Interestingly,is still in effect for new customers that already have a Sprint-compatible phone on another network. The promotion was first announced as a limited time offer for July, and while it's still considered limited, it simply hasn't ended.
First published Oct. 13, 2:33 p.m. PT
Update 2:47 p.m.: Added comment from Sprint.