Sprint lowered its phone as a modem (PAM) option to $15/month from $50/month. PAM options allow customers to use 3G enabled handsets as Internet modems for laptops and PCs. In effect, the PAM replaces the need for a broadband data card. The service has specific requirements including the use of qualified handsets and qualified data plans. Customers must subscribe to a Sprint data plan of $30/month or more to qualify.
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