Two Android smartphones will be available with the new service
Sprint plans to attract whatever prepaid customers are left in the United States. Those who prefer to grab their favorite handsets on no term are likely to have activated their phones with Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Republic Wireless.However, the folks over at AndroidPolice report that Sprint will introduce a PAYG (pay as you go) service beginning January 25.
The carrier will offer the LG Optimus Elite and the Samsung Victory Android handsets initially, but additional smartphones might be launched in the following weeks. Samsung M400 and Array feature phones will also go on sale on prepaid.
The LG device will be available for purchase for only $150/€115, while the Samsung smartphone will cost $250/€190.
Sprint will offer multiple PAYG options such as a $70 monthly plan that will net customers unlimited talk, text and data, as well as a cheaper $50 monthly plan for those who prefer feature phones.