Sprint’s 55+ deal gets you two lines of unlimited for the cost of one Verizon line
It’s no secret that Sprint and T-Mobile undercut their competition on price — Sprint once set up an entire fake store to make the point — and one of the constant differences between Verizon (or AT&T) and the two smaller carriers are the frequent deals. If you pay attention, you can often get Sprint or T-Mobile service for significantly less than the sticker price, and some of the best deals are reserved for special groups like members of the military, or seniors.
The latter group is who Sprint is targeting with a new 55+ plan, which offers two lines of unlimited data, talk, and text for $70, or $35 per line. Given that Verizon’s cheapest Unlimited plan starts at $75 per month for one line, and AT&T’s cheapest unlimited plan is $65, it’s hard to argue that this isn’t a good deal.