5 Things You Should know About Sprint Spark (list/sponsored)

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Sprint Spark is sprint’s prepaid solution for data-friendly users. But how does it differ from other prepaid data plans? Let’s take a look.

It has the fastest coverage in the U.S. (100 percent)

With the expansion of the Spark’s LTE footprint, Sprint has created the densest network in the country. And since it’s designed to be data-friendly, you’re not going to run into any issues with accessing the network. It has an unlimited plan

Another great new feature is the unlimited data plan, which can be used for up to 10 lines on Sprint’s family share pack. So, if you’re a family of 10 or more, you’re in for a great family plan. You don’t need more than 5 lines on the plan to get an unlimited option. There’s no annual contract

For those users who are on the fence about getting a new phone, what if they didn’t have to sign a two-year contract to get a monthly discount? With Sprint, you only have to sign a one-year service agreement. It’s cheaper than T-Mobile