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FYI: Sprint’s old Everything Data plans are still available if you dig

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If you want to switch to Sprint, but you’re not impressed by Sprint’s new Unlimited My Way plans, there’s still hope. After all, why would you want to limit yourself with lower bandwidth priority or 1Mbps video streaming, when you can have it all on one of the old Everything Data plans?

As it turns out, the old Everything Data are still available for new Sprint customers, but only in the Everything Plus Referral Program Shoppers Private Store. To get access, you’ll have to follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to delivery.sprint.com/m/p/nxt/epc/epclanding.asp
  2. For the email address, type: [email protected]
  3. For the CID, type: 383

Don’t worry – you’re not doing anything “illegal” here. Russ McQuire, an exec at Sprint, made his email address and CID public many years ago, so smart consumers like us could use it and grab an extra nice deal. In the beginning, this used to be the way to grab those old SERO plans (the ones with practically unlimited everything for only $30/month). Those plans are since gone, but the Everything Data plans remain in their place, and with an extra discount to boot.

Prices for the Everything Data plans in this private store are generally $10 cheaper than the corresponding plans  available to the general public, and they come with more anytime minutes, too:

Individual plans:

  • 500 minutes for $59.99
  • 1000 minutes for $79.99

Family plans:

  • 1600 minutes for $109.99
  • 3200 minutes for $149.99

Of course, these plans come with the unlimited any mobile minutes, nights and weekends that start at 7:00 p.m., and unlimited messaging and data on the Sprint network. The $10 premium data fee still applies, and since these plans are already discounted, no additional discounts apply.

The cheaper Everything Messaging plans are still available, as well, but you’ll have to pick of the data plans if any of the lines on your account are a smartphone.

So what are you waiting for? These are actually decent plans at decent prices, and they’ll save you some money over the newer plans that Sprint is trying to push on everyone. There’s also no telling how long this back door will last, so if you’re on the fence, now is the time to act.

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7 thoughts on “FYI: Sprint’s old Everything Data plans are still available if you dig

  • Avatar of Patrick

    I think we are waiting for their networks to improve.

    If I already didn’t get an employee 18% discount, I would go for it.

    Also, I can see a lot of people taking advantage of this and Sprint stopping it from working.

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  • I actually just left the 900 Minute Everything Data Plan for the new Sprint plans. I saved almost $30 a month after the premium data plan was removed and the lower plan price (plus corporate discount) were put in place.

    The priority thing isn’t a big deal since the network sucks anyway around here. I am so close to going to T-Mobile.

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  • Avatar of Xyzzy

    I wish more carriers like Sprint would word “unlimited” plans clearly. :-/ Saying “unlimited calls…any time” shouldn’t then specify it’s a certain number of minutes at night/weekends. If they’re being honest about the unlimited data and not using TMo’s trick of throttling after a few gigs, I think they’d be the first in the industry.

    I think whether it’s the cheapest might depend on the user’s needs, though. Ting was the only carrier I could find that fit my needs as a smartphone newbie, like this common bill for myself and a family member:
    $12 – 2 phones (LG Marquee)
    $13 – 500 megs
    $3 or $9 – 100 or 500 min
    $3 or $5 – 100 or 1000 texts

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  • Avatar of Daniel

    Is there a way to move to this if you already have an existing contract?

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  • Daniel, I moved. You do it through the website or can go to the store. There is no contract extension or penalty for doing so.

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  • Avatar of Johnathon

    Deal is dead! I followed the directions, but only see the new plans which for 4 lines is substantially more expensive than the everything 1500 plan.

    I also tried calling and visiting a local store and was told they no longer offer it.

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  • I”ve been on the 450 everything plan for probably 15years, i didnt see the editor of this column mention there is a 10.00 smartphone fee added to the plan cost. So whatever the plan says, add 10.00 if u have a smartphone. But it’s still better than the new plans

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