On October 4th Apple held its media event to release the next gen iPhone which was named the iPhone 4S. It has the all old design with the new inner specs sandwiched with the Dual Core A5 Chip, 512 MB Ram, 64 GB of Storage for the first time, both with White and Black color ships from day one and ships with iOS 5.

When the iPhone launched it ha it’s carrier friend, AT&T which is basically the GSM carrier, after wards the Verizon joined Apple, a CDMA network and this time Apple got another new friends, Sprint another US CDMA network.

AT&T and Verizon both digged there unlimited packages but Sprint this time is offering the unlimited package after both AT&T and Verizon. PCMag got there hands on with the data sheet comparing the AT&T, Verizon and Sprint packages

From all the carriers, Sprint is doing the cheap deal and the N/A shows the unlimited signs. Below are the three packages revealed by Sprint

  • $69: 450 Voice Minutes and Unlimited Mobile To Mobile Calling
  • $89: 900 Voice Minutes  And Texting
  • $99: Unlimited Voice and Data

For the hotspot you have to pay extra $29.99 and unlimited data $10. Sprint will be actually a fine selection as they are the cheapest one and as the iPhone 4S is now the World Phone so no tension of roaming as it will automatically shift to the nearest GSM or CDMA carriers, the first world phone.. Thanks to Steve.