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How To Select The Best Cell Phone Plan

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Nowadays phone carriers provides hundreds of smart phones and mobile phone plan choices. From bare-bones prepaid plan to unlimited data plans, consumers will compare dozens of details so that they will never pay a penny more on phone bill. What is the best no-contract or prepaid cell phone plan for me? Does it cost less on 2 lines family plans? Which allows me to share single data plan with families? The first good news is you no longer have to sign up for a 2-year contract plans in which carriers don’t lower your phone bills, just pay for what you use.

We’ve reviewed popular carriers and found the best plans from Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint. See which phone plans will work best for your budget:

Best Plans for Heavy Data Users: T Mobile “One Plan”

  • T-mobile One Plan an industry leading unlimited data plan includes 4G LTE on your phone with 2 more lines. Taxes are covered in your bill. Just ONE flat price. You can use unlimited data abroad in 140+ countries and areas. HD streaming can be easily upgraded to 1080p quality with a small up-charge.

Best Family Plans: T-Mobile

  • U-Mobile’s family plan is the best value across the board. The best-rated option is the four-line $160 plan in which taxes and fees are already included. It also covers unlimited talk, text and data alongside mobile datafor hospot use, 480p streaming, and free Netflix for the family.

Fasted Mobile Networks: Verizon Wireless

Verizon benefits users who search for the best international coverage. Verizon plans start at $75 for online and $160 for 4 lines. The “budget-based” options cap s streaming at 480p and higher unlimited plan adds in 720p streaming on phones and 1080p on tablets with 15G LTE every month which gives a solid 4G experience that wins coverage and speed awards.

Best for Individuals: Sprint

Sprint’s $60 single line plan is an individual prepaid, no-contract cell phone plan that offers unlimited talk, text and data for $60 per month, including free roaming and long distance calling in the u.s. It is hard to beat if you can handle the limited streaming for gaming at 8Mbps and music 1.5Mbps.

Best Low Cost Plan: Sprint Unlimited Freedom

Sprint starts to offer its unlimited plan in 2016 of which the rates have been adjusted over the past two years and the current rates are about to end in March 2019. The unlimited plan includes 10GB per line of mobile hotspot use. If you go over that the speeds will drop down to 2G.

The other Sprint plan is a 2GB plan that costs $45 per line per month. Another monthly discount of $5 if you sign up for autopayment.

Best Prepaid Service: MetroPCS

MetroPCS offers the best service for prepaid customers with reliable coverage. For $30 you can get unlimited talk, text and 2GB of 4G LTE. 40$ gets you the same with 3GB of data and $50 gets you unlimited high-speed data. Another $10 on that per month you can get 8GB mobile hotspot for streaming HD videos, downloading music as many as you please. Speeds may slow down for users who go over 30 GB limit.

 

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