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Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 routers are usually pretty expensive, but you can dip under that $200 barrier today.
Google’s latest Nest Wifi router features a snappy AXE5400 connection with Wi-Fi 6E, dual gigabit Ethernet ports, and a compact egg-like design.
Keep your Z Flip 4 secure while driving and keep the battery topped up with Qi charging.
Republic Wireless is a prepaid carrier owned by DISH Wireless that uses the AT&T network for the majority of its coverage. Republic also has discounts for existing DISH customers.
Thanks to Verizon's purchase of Tracfone, the carrier has created a handful of new prepaid plans with up to unlimited data, 5G, and even Disney+ if you go unlimited.
US Mobile offers unlimited data on the Verizon or T-Mobile LTE network while Mint Mobile maxes out at 40GB. If you can reign in your usage Mint Mobile can still be a better choice.
Google Fi and T-Mobile have similar coverage and features, as long as everyone is on Android.
T-Mobile has added a feature to its iOS app called T-Mobile Network Pass which allows users to try out the T-Mobile network for three months with unlimited data. Android support is coming soon.
Visible has gone all digital with its phone calls and supports Wi-Fi calling on a few phones with more support planned in the future.
TP-Link is known for making excellent routers, but picking the best for you can get a chore.
Cricket Wireless has some great features including family plan savings and 5G support on AT&T, but Straight Talk offers unlimited data at cheaper prices for one or two lines.