That’s what Billshrink says at least. It’s a generalized comparison assuming that everyone is going to grab unlimited data and voice. This plays into Sprint’s hand no matter what device it is since Sprint’s unlimited voice/date package is unparalleled at this time. So it doesn’t matter what phone you put up against it using those numbers. Of course, if you throw out the unlimited voice, that number shrinks quite a bit, but Sprint still wins out in this scenario too.
Read on for the full comparison…
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