Report: Sprint to undercut competitors

Amid the fallout from Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA offering similar $99.99-a-month unlimited calling plans, rumors of a $60-a-month unlimited calling plan from Sprint Nextel are reaching a fever pitch. Although Sprint has yet to offer an unlimited voice plan at or below the other three carriers' pricetags, the carrier's CEO Dan Hesse did indicate to USA Today last week that Sprint may offer an unlimited flat rate plan soon in a move to shake up the industry. At $60-a-month, such a plan could do just that.

For more on Sprint's rumored plans:
- read this article from Dow Jones

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