Sprint and Verizon Join AT&T's Double Data War for Customers
AT&T may have recently started the latest double-data-for-the-same-price offer, but Sprint and Verizon have also just jumped in and are trying to sweeten the pot for customers.Sprint and Verizon Wireless have bumped up their own free data salvos for customers now that AT&T began a recent promotion to double some cellular data packages at the same prices for users. In late September, AT&T launched its double data offer for customers who buy shareable data packages for between 15GB to 50GB per month, giving users 30GB to 100GB of shareable data for the same prices. Now Sprint is hiking its own shareable data packages for users who buy monthly shared plans for 32GB, 40GB or 60GB of data, offering users free increases to 60GB, 80GB or 120GB respectively, according to an Oct. 1 announcement by the company. Verizon is also joining the battle, doubling the included shareable data for business customers who buy monthly packages of between 20GB to 50GB, which will provide 40GB to 100GB of data to users, according to an Oct. 1 announcement from Verizon. Families that purchase smaller shared data plans for 12GB of data monthly will be boosted to 15GB of data, while families that purchase 16GB monthly plans will be bumped up to 30GB under the promotion.
For all of the offers from the three cellular providers, all of the details are in the fine print.