Why you might want to switch your smartphone to T-Mobile
T-Mobile is sort of the forgotten carrier in the cellular race between AT&T and Verizon, but for plenty of users, it might actually be the best carrier of the three. It has a number of different payment options that don’t try to force you into paying for features you don’t need.
For starters, users can get a standard unlimited data plan for $70 a month. And that’s truly unlimited data, unlike the packages AT&T offers that are unlimited for a few gigs before the carrier starts throttling speeds or charging for extra data usage.
But if they don’t want all that upfront cost, users can also purchase pay as you go options ranging from 30 minutes at $10 to 1,000 minutes for $100. T-Mobile even offers pay by the day plans for low bandwidth users. It’s only $3 per day for unlimted talk, text and web with the first 200 MB offered at 4G speeds.
The selection of phones is nothing to sneeze at, either.
Miss your old flip phone? T-Mobile has your back. You can get an old school flip phone from Target thanks to Samsung’s T139. It doesn’t get much more low-tech than that in 2013. Target is also offering 2 percent cash back just like Best Buy, though you’ll get a little less cash back when your phone only costs $20 to begin with.
No matter what style of phone you’re looking for, T-Mobile sells it. When you combine their selection with the number of different talk and data plans they offer, it seems like there are plenty of reasons for unsatisfied AT&T & Verizon customers to make a switch.
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