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My wife and I currently have T-Mobile and we have a two phone (family) plan right now.. Our contract is up in December and we are thinking about switching carriers. Neither one of us talk on the phone very much, we mostly text and, as for data usage, I use alot of data and she does not.
Should we stick with T-Mobile or go elsewhere, we have strongly considered Verizon and Sprint.
Anybody have any advice for us? Who has the best data plans, who has the fastest 4G coverage? I would also like a good phone if we sign a new contract. Which company offers the best multi-phone plans?
TIA for any info and advice.
This post was edited by weGO 21 months ago
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
My personal phone (3 phone family plan) is a sprint phone. I pay 140.00 a month for 3 smart phones with unlimited data and 1500 shared minutes. It works pretty well.
I also have a work phone--Verizon--and love it. I have no idea how much we pay, but I do know that I was the last person to lose signal going deep sea fishing last week. Verizon seems to work extremely well between Mobile, Baton Rouge,, and the Florida panhandle.
Happy days are here again!!!!
Thank you.. What about Texting on the Sprint plan? Do you have that?
Sprint has 3G not 4G but that's the only knock I have on it
Verizon just updated how they do their Plans. Now each phone will be $40. That includes unlimited minutes and Unlimited text messages. Data is now shared by all numbers on the plan the way minutes used to be. Data is high $$ but it will help you if there is multiple lines instead of buying multiple data plans you just buy one shared one. I think data is $50 for one gig, $60 for 2, $70 for 4, $80 for 6, $90 for 8 and $100 for 10 gigs
This post was edited by del taki 21 months ago
I switched from T-Mobile to Verizon and have never regretted it. Verizon coverage in much much better that T-mobile in Alabama.
I have had Verizon family plan for 11 years and they have been great with excellent coverage. Just got a company phone with 4G also with Verizon and like it even better.
I've had ATT, Verizon, and Sprint over the years. ATT was best service, Verizon next, and Sprint last. Having said that, for the price I may do Sprint when my contract is up. I know their customer service sucks, and if my phone breaks its on my dime...but I just can't justify the about $40 a month price difference for two phones.
EDIT: and we do Iphones anyway, so if they ever break you have to go to the Apple store no matter where you buy them
This post was edited by Sir Mix A Lot 21 months ago
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