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Differences Between Sprint Advantage Unlimited and Sprint Advantage Unlimited Plus?

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Journeyman

Differences Between Sprint Advantage Unlimited and Sprint Advantage Unlimited Plus?

Hi! I am a SWAC member and wanted to know if there are any benefits to my current $40 Sprint Advantage Unlimited plan (which might be discontinued as I could not find much information about it) in comparison to the $30 Sprint Advantage Unlimited Plus plan. It seems that my current plan does not include hotspot and I think video streaming is limited to 480p, while Plus is $10 cheaper and includes 50GB hotspot and HD streaming. Is there something I'm missing here, or should I switch plans?

 

I assume I would have the change the plan for my 3 lines before 8/2?

 

Also what is the difference between "HD" and "full HD", and would these limits also be applied to video streamed through mobile hotspot?

 

Thanks!

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Sprint Social Care

Good morning! You can get all your questions answered by contacting our Advantage club at  (800-927-219924). Also, the difference between HD and Full HD refers to the actual image size. HD may refer to 720p or 1080p, but Full HD can only refer to 1080p.

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Good morning! You can get all your questions answered by contacting our Advantage club at  (800-927-219924). Also, the difference between HD and Full HD refers to the actual image size. HD may refer to 720p or 1080p, but Full HD can only refer to 1080p.

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