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A good number of the PreCentral readership are Sprint subscribers, and for good reason: the company offers a $99 unlimited calling/texting/data plan that's the cheapest of the big three wireless carriers in the US and lets you upgrade to new phone hardware yearly.  According to research firm Current Analysis, Verizon is looking to introduce an offering matching  its CDMA competitor and is currently testing a $99 unlimited plan in select markets. Folks have long complained about Verizon's pricing and have used it as a factor in their decision in staying with Sprint. Now that the pricing hurdle may be removed, how many of you just might switch to the Big Red?

Source: Engadget; thanks to everyone who sent this in!