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Default Question or two about the Framily Plan on Sprint.

Anyone on here on the Framily Plan by Sprint? I'm currently on the One Up Program, and with its Unlimited, I get unlimited roaming(in the US). Does the Framily Plan have that too, or no?

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Anyone on here on the Framily Plan by Sprint? I'm currently on the One Up Program, and with its Unlimited, I get unlimited roaming(in the US). Does the Framily Plan have that too, or no?

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No, In the fine print of the TOS it states ,"Sprint may terminate service if off-network roaming usage exceeds (1) 800 minutes or the majority of minutes; or (2) 100MB or a majority of KB."

One thing I do not know is if this also applies to any lines that you have setup as unlimited, since the TOS doesn't really mention anything about them that I can see. The Unlimited option is supposed to remove not only the data limits, but also give you a yearly upgrade as well as remove the prioritized bandwidth and video streaming limits. If I remember I'll try and call tomorrow and ask, as that's a good question.

*EDIT*

In looking closer at the info that came with the Framily plan I see now that even the unlimited option is limited as far as roaming goes.. On another page it states, "Unlimited features are while on the Sprint network. Off-network roaming is limited to" with the same limits listed above.
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