C Spire's shared data plans, launched earlier this year, have taken off in a big way, says the company. C-Spire, a US-based diversified telecommunications and technology services company, has recently added new plans to its suite of shared data plans, saying that these new offer is designed to match customers exact needs, providing ample data while protecting them against overages and rewarding loyal subscribers with discounts and rewards.
According to C Spire, their earlier batch of shared data plans which offer subscribers 4 lines with unlimited voice, text and 10GB of data for USD160 were a hit among customers, doubling the number of customers subscribed to shared plans. C-Spire said that the data bundled in its shared plan saw a major reduction in the need for top-ups with only 1% of subscribers needing to purchase additional data on these plans. C Spire's shared data plans provide wide ranging options for subscribers, with 1GB data for USD20 and all the way to 10GB of data for USD100, available for sharing across up to four smartphones. Line costs are charged at USD40 on these shared plans.
Apart from the shared plans, C Spire subscribers can also purchase C Spire's Unlimited Everythign Plan, also launched earlier this year, enabling subscribers to enjoy unlimited nationwide talk, texting, web browsing, music and video streaming and sharing of pictures for just USD65. This plan too includes protection against overages and offers loyalty discounts and rewards apart from further discounts given for subscribers who make a phone purchase on C Spire's smartphone payment plan.