Sprint Corp. unveiled a new premium, wireless plan.
The Unlimited Premium plan includes Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime service and comes with Lookout Premium Plus offering mobile security.
Users opting for the plan will also get 50GB worth of LTE mobile hotspot, a Hulu LLC Commercials subscription, music streaming with TIDAL and full HD streaming and global roaming in over 185 destinations worldwide.
Subscribers will be provided unlimited talk, text and data services nationwide, as well as in Mexico and Canada.
Sprint customers who sign up for the Unlimited Premium plan will also get up to $20 per month of Uber rides.
The Unlimited Premium plan costs $90 per month with AutoPay, which is $40 less than the amount it would cost monthly if the services were bought individually. Customers can also get $10 discount per line when they bring their own device or purchase a new one at full price.
Prior to launching this plan, Sprint introduced four Unlimited plans in July: the Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Military and Unlimited 55+.
Sprint is majority-owned by SoftBank Group Corp.