Sprint has joined the rest of the top four US wireless carriers in updating its data plans. The company now has a $65 unlimited plan that includes HD video streaming and 10 GB of mobile hotspot. That's between its previous $55 non-HD plan and its $75 HD plan.
Users have the same limit on their data usage. You'll at least get 23 GB per month of unlimited LTE data. Once you reach that limit in a given month, your speeds may be limited in times of congestion.
Unlike Verizon and T-Mobile, your hotspot data speed drops to 2G after you reach your limit.
Through March 31, Sprint is offering its unlimited plan for $50 with AutoPay. A second line will cost $40 and the third, fourth, and fifth lines are free for a year.