As of 12/2008 Sprint currently offers the following Data packages:
Sprint Data Package...$15.00: Unlimited Internet, on Demand, NFL mobile, Basic TV, Basic Radio, Mobile Email.
Sprint PRO Package....$30.00: Unlimited Internet, on Demand, NFL mobile, Picture Mail, Basic TV, Basic Radio, Mobile Email,
Work Email, Navigation, unlimited Text.
Blackberry Package....$30.00: Unlimited Web, on Demand, Picture Mail, SprintTV, Sprint Radio,
MobileEmail,Work Email ($20.00 buy up), Navigation, Unlimited Text.
$10.00 Premier Add on $10.00: TV Premier, Music Premier, Navigation. This package must be added to a data package.
The data plans will work with your device. Enjoy.
Jessica, Those are for Data Packs, Not The Unlimited Vision Pack the OP was asking about. Do they still offer "Vision" packs or are they allnow called "Data Packages".
In most cases the Vision packs are gone since the "vision" naming was confusing to customers.
In a nutshell the $15 Vision package is the same as the $15 Sprint Data pack.
The $25 vision package is the same as the $15 Sprint Data pack and the $10 Data Premier add-on.
The $30 Vision Pro pack is still available and is the $15 Vision package with unlimited text/pic/video messaging.
Unlimited Sprint Vision access includes:
* Unlimited email and instant messaging from America Online, MSN, and Yahoo!
* Unlimited Web access to popular Web sites such as: CNN, ESPN, USA Today, The Weather Channel and more.
Unlimited Sprint Picture Mail
* Shoot and send an unlimited number of video clips with sound. Take, upload and send an unlimited number of pictures.
Unlimited Sprint TV
* Watch unlimited Sprint TV with high-quality video and audio clips from names like NBC, The Discovery Channel, The Weather Channel, FOX Sports and more.
Has anyone ever seen a link for the Unlimited Vision Pack? Was it ever offered with new plans or did sprint create it as some type of side bennie? The specific channels in Levi4u's discription - CNN, ESPN, USA Today, The Weather Channel - charge now or no longer exist in Basic Data Pack on Sprint TV.
I have maintained a list of links in the moving train of Vision-now-data packs since 2004. Had more than those below, but the links are no longer valid. However, I have never seen any descriptive for Unlimited Vision Pack.