Leaked doc details new Sprint phone plans

A supposedly leaked document from Sprint reveals new unlimited talk, text, and data plans for customers.

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The document reveals what may be Sprint's new mobile plans. Phonearena.com

A document leaked to PhoneArena claims to detail upcoming mobile plans for Sprint customers. The file, which looks to be an ad image, lays out a number of different talk, text, and data plans known as Unlimited, My Way, and My All-In.

For one line, unlimited talk and text starts out at $50. The more lines a customer tacks on, however, the less it will cost to add. For example, adding just a second line will cost $40 more on top of the $50, whereas a third line will cost only an additional $30. Adding four or more lines will cost $20 each line.

According to the document, unlimited data is available at $30 for each smartphone. Users can also opt for just 1GB of data per month for $20.

At this moment, Sprint offers unlimited talk and text family plans without data. If a family wants data, talk is then restricted to either 1,500 or 3,000 shared minutes.

Another supposed payment model is the All-In plan, which includes unlimited talk, text, and data, plus a 5GB mobile hot spot, for $110 per month. Currently, the carrier's Simply Everything plan for an individual line (which is the same thing as the All-In plan save for that hot spot) is $109.99.

Engadget reports that these new plans will begin Friday.

CNET reached out to Sprint for any further information about these plans, but a representative said the company does not comment on rumors or speculations.

If you're a Sprint customer, let us know in the comments what you think about these phone plans if they turn out to be true.