Sprint currently offers unlimited data plans for Android and RIM products, including Wi-Max 4G, for a flat fee per month.
AT&T and Verizon recently dumped their unlimited plans and now charge for tiered plans, at around $30 for 2GB.
According to Nielsen, the average Android user on Sprint uses just 582 MB of data per month, while AT&T/Verizon iPhone users use just 492 MB.
In the past, AT&T has said that only 5% of their subscribers ever use over 2GB per month, and that unlimited data is unnecessary.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 10 Sep 2011 2:56