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Sprint expands its free international coverage to more countries

Sprint announced today that it's added 33 new destinations to its Open World plan. The move brings the number of places where customers can access free texting and discounted cellular data and minutes to 50 locales around the globe. The most notable addition is France, as well as a slew of popular vacation destinations like the Bahamas, Fiji, and the British Virgin Islands.

Sprint launched its Open World plan in August by giving customers free texting, minutes, and 1GB of 3G data when traveling abroad in Canada, Mexico, and a dozen Latin American countries. In other destinations, including the 33 added today, Sprint customers receive free texting, $0.20-cent-a-minute calls, and 3G data that costs $30 per GB. Sprint Open World has no...

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