T-Mobile. I get service everywhere, unlimited talk, text, web, picture messaging, data, etc. plus a portable hotspot to use for tablets, laptops, etc. for $50/month
Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" I used to think I had shitty service with them.. until I went to Sprint. lmfao. Turns out Cricket has ... [snip!] ... asap! and the best thing about cricket? You can still send and receive texts if your service happens to be disconnected."
Yep. Cricket isn't that bad, especially when you look at the prices but the grass always looks greener on the other side :x
AT&T 4 iPhones and I pay $180 a month.
Sprint 173 for 2 lines 1 with insurance.
Quoting Mama Milk Machine!:" T-Mobile. I get service everywhere, unlimited talk, text, web, picture messaging, data, etc. plus a portable hotspot to use for tablets, laptops, etc. for $50/month"
is it prepaid or a contract plan?
well looks like itll either be tmobile, boost, cricket or straight talk lol thanks ladies!
I have Boost Mobile. Unlimited everything it starts at $50 a month and drops $5 for every 6 months of on-time payments all the way down to $35. I'm at $40 right now.
Used to have Straight talk $90 with two phones. We went to Verizon and REGRET IT! They are horrible. 200+ a month with insurance and my SO still had to pay almost 200 dollars to replace his IPhone when it broke. The service sucks. I'll have full bars and it won't load stuff. I've had to replace my phone 3 times because they were defective. My old crappy flip phone from straight talk works better then this smart phone. I daily have to fight myself not to take a hammer to my phone.
straight talk 45$ a month. I have unlimited everything. but I do connect to wifi when I can. its to speed up the internet and at one point after I spent a few weeks downloading A LOT I got a call saying that they would cut me off for using so much so I cut down and started using wifi more often. I don't think there are truly unlimited data plans though,
Sprint. I pay 152$ a month for TWO iPhones unlimited everything.
Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" I'd recommend asking people in your area about t-mobile and Boost. Over here, Boost runs off Sprint ... [snip!] ... which company to go to, everyone was telling me to steer clear of t-mobile because they have terrible coverage in the valley."
Very good advice. If I'd have asked any of my friends with Verizon about the service I would have never gotten it :x