AT&T, for whatever reason, often feels like it’s now the forgotten carrier. We rarely talk about the moves that AT&T is making, while Verizon and T-Mobile are constantly getting coverage for this change or that network move. Well, that’s not totally fair – we do talk about AT&T, just not exactly in the most flattering ways. But look, they may have the best coverage where you live or maybe you really like the media options they now offer, thanks to a couple of big acquisitions. So let’s talk about what AT&T’s best unlimited data plan is today. RELATED: What is Verizon’s best data plan? AT&T Unlimited for the media Yes, I said “unlimited” there, because like our Verizon and T-Mobile write-ups similar to this, we’re going to focus on unlimited. AT&T does offer Mobile Share Plus plans with shared data buckets, I’m just not sure there is much value there unless you and your family don’t use … [Read more...] about What is AT&T’s Best Data Plan?
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As has been made evident by T-Mobile’s latest earnings report, wireless customers in the US are still moving their way over to the Uncarrier. T-Mobile continues to add new customers at an industry-leading rate. So, if you are thinking about jumping on that bandwagon, you might be wondering which data plan of T-Mobile’s is the best? We’ve got a suggestion. RELATED: What is Verizon’s best data plan? T-Mobile Essentials, ONE, or Prepaid? T-Mobile, at one point, made it incredibly easy to choose one of their plans, but those times have changed some. Within the past year, T-Mobile took away their International option, added a new Essentials choice, and seems to be making it harder and harder to find their prepaid offerings. For this comparison, because their prepaid plans are basically the same as T-Mobile Essentials without much of a price difference, we’ll ignore them for now. This post will help you decide between T-Mobile ONE, ONE Plus, and Essentials. … [Read more...] about What is T-Mobile’s Best Data Plan?
So you are in the market for a new wireless data plan or new carrier and have decided that Verizon is for you? Or maybe you are with Verizon and want to switch to whatever the best data plan is that they currently offer? We think we know which plan you should go with and have a suggestion for the best Verizon data plan at the moment. Verizon Unlimited, Shared, or Prepaid? That’s probably the place to start – which type of plan do you need? When it comes to Verizon, if you want the most features in a plan, their unlimited plans offer just that. So when we’re talking the best Verizon data plan, I’m going to focus here on their unlimited options. Why not shared or prepaid? With shared data plans from Verizon, you get options where you have limited data buckets, no hotspot features, and line access charges that can quickly raise the price on your bill to that of unlimited, especially when you add on the monthly device payment you’ll be paying too. They also … [Read more...] about What is Verizon’s Best Data Plan?
Update 1: 2015/11/11 12:05pm PST T-Mobile is now putting a 20GB cap on Data Stash - and it's opt-out. The only way you'll be able to take advantage of Binge On is to participate in Update 2: 2015/11/11 12:21pm PST We are still trying to get confirmation officially from T-Mobile, having reached out on several channels, but it looks like doubled data will not be given to current Simple Choice customers Hey, did you notice yesterday at any point that T-Mobile said it's raising its prices? Well, that's because they never actually said it. They even got us - with all the talk of unlimited video streaming and double data, seemingly almost nobody noticed that the Uncarrier has raised prices on most of its Simple Choice data plans, and substantially if you want unlimited. While current customers won't see a rate increase per T-Mobile's promise of never raising your bill, new individual customers will be paying a fair bit more for data. Here's the breakdown. $50 1GB plan … [Read more...] about [Update: 20GB Cap Added To Data Stash] T-Mobile Hiked The Prices Of Its Data Plans Yesterday, Didn’t Really Say Anything About It During Uncarrier Event
Both AT&T and Verizon introduced new data plans not long ago, and we are comparing their unlimited options - AT&T's Enhanced Plus and Choice, Verizon's Above, Go and Beyond Unlimited, T-Mobile's One and One Plus, as well as Sprint's Unlimited Freedom, which is the cheapest of the bunch, with a running promo offering two or more lines for just $100. There's been a lot of moving and shaking since US carriers went all unlimited last year. T-Mobile increased its prices, Verizon limited its "unlimited" option a bit, and AT&T enhanced the Plus and Choice plans to a level where Choice customers can be "deprioritized" at any time for paying a bit less, but don't have a blanket 3Mbps restriction anymore, plus the same goes for Verizon's cheaper option, too.Verizon and AT&T's superior coverage runs a bit extraOne simple look at the quarterly profits of the big four US carriers, and some recent network speed tests would tell you why all of … [Read more...] about Best unlimited data plan? Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint prices