For years, Sprint has made up for its last-place network with first-place pricing. Cheap and cheerful is a slogan that's basically designed to describe Sprint's service: You might not get stellar coverage out on your uncle's farm, but you're paying $50 a month for an unlimited plan that's 95 percent as good as Verizon or AT&T's service.
But sadly for us, the good times could be coming to an end. Sprint already raised the price for its unlimited plan by $10 to $60 in October, and now its Chief Financial Officer has hinted that more price hikes could be on the way.
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