Most people who own cell phones — so everybody, really — don’t enjoy keeping track of all their minutes used and data sent. It’s also far from a pleasant surprise when you get a bill at the end of the month, reminding you just how many text messages you sent and how much extra that overage is going to cost you. It sucks and we all know it. Wouldn’t it be easier if you could just get an all-inclusive plan and stop worrying about counting minutes?
Sprint is the latest mobile operator to jump into the all-you-can-eat area, launching the Unlimited Access plan in several markets across the country. For $119 a month, you get unlimited just about everything, including voice calls, SMS, mobile web, email, and picture mail. The bad news is that this does not apply to smartphones and BlackBerry devices, because these fellows would need a separate Power Vision pack or a BlackBerry data plan.
To get in on the $119 Unlimited Access plan from Sprint, you’ll need to head on over to your local Sprint store or hit them up on the phone. The plan is available in San Francisco, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, and Minneapolis-St. Paul.