Breaking down all of the market's unlimited plans

T-Mobile USA's decision to add an unlimited, no-contract plan to its pricing options was not as dramatic as some analysts were predicting. However, it was still a bold move, and came a few weeks after Sprint Nextel unveiled its "Any Mobile, Anytime" plan, which gives subscribers unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to any mobile number at any time. So how do all of the unlimited plans stack up? Research firm Current Analysis has produced a handy chart to help sort through all of the prices. Both Sprint and T-Mobile offer unlimited plans at lower rates than AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless, though there are variations among all of the plans. Check out this chart for the breakdown: Special feature 

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