Under the program, a group of seven would be paying $25 a month per person — not a bad deal at all. From there, each of the seven subscribers could individually customize their own add-ons, such as an unlimited data plan for an extra $20 per month.
Once you start a Framily plan, though, the clock starts ticking: New customers have 14 days to recruit other members into the plan before the rates get locked in.
In unveiling the offer, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse signaled that while unlimited data would remain an option for existing customers, the company might not extend unlimited data to new customers forever, according to Reuters.
Reached Tuesday evening, a Sprint spokesperson reiterated that the company's unlimited guarantees would hold so long as subscribers "remain a customer in good standing."