Sprint CEO calls net neutrality ‘a hard concept to get my head around’

Today, Sprint held a series of events to tout the capabilities of its just-announced “Spark” network, which enables cellular data speeds of up to 60Mbps — and by the end of 2015 CEO Dan Hesse says he hopes consumer devices could achieve speeds as high at 150Mbps. If Sprint can pull it off it would be, without question, a different kind of wireless service than what we’ve seen before. Different enough, in fact, that it’s worth asking whether Sprint has plans to alter its famously unlimited data plans to accommodate it.

Hesse tells us that the answer to that question is “no,” that Sprint is sticking with its clear and unambiguous unlimited plans. Cable broadband providers charge different rates for different bandwidth offerings, but…

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