Everything you need to know about the cell phone plans from Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, and exactly which plans you should sign up for.
CircledIn lets single-line users find and join family plans on Verizon and T-Mobile to take advantage of multi-line discounts. Get premium plans for half price.
Mint Mobile’s $30 unlimited plan is one of the best deals out there, but to achieve this price Mint had to make some compromises.
Here are the differences between T-Mobile’s plans, how they compare with Verizon and AT&T, and what my experience was like using their network. Is T-Mobile worth it in 2021?
US Mobile is a prepaid carrier that uses Verizon or T-Mobile for coverage. Plans start at $3/month. Their new unlimited family plan includes perks such as Netflix, HBO Max, or Disney+. US Mobile has the same coverage as Verizon Prepapid, but more affordable plans and a better experience.
Mint Mobile launched a new unlimited data plan for just $30 bucks a month. It’s a great option for a lot of people. But… it’s not actually unlimited.
Yahoo Mobile's $40 unlimited plan seems like a great value, but here's why you shouldn't sign up.
Wing's new unlimited data plans offer the same service as T-Mobile Magenta Plus, but for 35% less per month. Get unlimited data, hotspot data, and 5G for $55.
A lot has changed since I first tried Mint way back in 2017. They’ve added new features, faster data speeds, and are now owned by Ryan Reynolds. I've been using them for the past 18 months, and I think they're one of the best deals out there.
Sprint is appealing because of their affordable plans, the high amount of hotspot data they include, their international coverage, and their family discounts. The problem? They don't have the best coverage. At least, not yet.
Wing offers the same features, coverage, and performance as AT&T’s plans, and at a lower price. Wing supports the hotspot, Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE, and international coverage. Here's my review.
My experience using Verizon’s Get More Unlimited plan, Verizon's supported features & add-ons, and the best cheap alternative plans if you don’t want to spend $1,269.96 per year on cell service.
A detailed review of Reach Mobile –– a new kind of carrier with full-feature service on the Verizon and AT&T networks, that actively reduces your bill with their Best Fit policy, and that doubles as a crowdfunding platform to donate 10% of your plan to providing data connectivity to people in need.
Visible is a phone service by Verizon. They have one plan: Unlimited everything for $40/month (flat). Now with uncapped speeds on Verizon's LTE network, Visible is getting more attention than ever. But what are the compromises to achieving a $40 unlimited plan? Here's everything you need to know about Visible.
Mint offers insanely cheap prices on cell service. How? They sell their plans in 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month packages. But with prices so good, are there any downsides? Let's find out.
An in-depth review of AT&T's prepaid service and why it is actually BETTER than their postpaid service. You get more affordable plans, family discounts, and full-features service on AT&T's network. If you need AT&T coverage, these plans are worth considering.