The US wireless giant is set to launch a new unlimited hotspoint service for its subscribers.
The company announced the new service, which it says will provide more than 3G-enabled hotspot speeds.
It will allow users to use the hotspot on smartphones and tablets as well as on computers.
Sprint says it will offer the hotspots for $20 per month with no contract.
Customers will have to be signed up to the service.
The service is set for a later release.
The hotspot service will offer users access to a range of internet services including HBO Go, Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, HBO Now and HBO NOW Plus.
The US Cellular network is expected to be available on the new hotspot as well.
Sprint has a long history of offering unlimited mobile data service, but its newest service is the first to offer speeds up to 1Gbps on smartphones.
It has also rolled out a number of data plans to its customers.
For a look at how the US Cellular and Sprint networks compare, check out our comparison of AT&T’s and T-Mobile’s networks.
The move is a boon for consumers, who may have been concerned about the cost of owning mobile hotspots.
However, it also could have an impact on competition as the US mobile networks are more likely to offer the unlimited hotspots.
The US Cellular hotspot comes at a time when consumers are increasingly choosing to pay less for data plans and the price of data services, according to research firm Gartner.
The study, which was commissioned by the US telecom giant, found that smartphone users were spending less on data and more on their smartphones.
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and TMobile are all expected to release new unlimited data plans this year, and they are expected to offer unlimited hotspoints as well, Gartners said.