Carriers have been touting 5G as a huge step forward in the way we use our phones with increased speeds and greater capacity. Even with increased premium data on many plans, hotspot capacity has remained mostly stagnant with plans maxing out at 40GB of high-speed tethering.
Verizon offers a few phone insurance plans to protect your device should it be lost, stolen, or experience any damage or malfunctions. Here's everything you need to know about Verizon phone insurance and whether it's worth it for you.
Visible has the most essential features of the Verizon network for most people. However, Verizon still has a few tricks up its sleeve with more consistent service and a more comprehensive array of plans.
Visible customer reported losing access to their accounts as well as receiving shipping confirmation for phone purchases. Visible claims there was no data breach and attackers gained account credentials from outside sources.
Tello's plan can grow to meet the needs of just about anyone with 25GB of high-speed data on the top end. While Straight Talk offers more data, most people won't need it and can save a lot of money by using only what they need on Tello.
There's nothing quite like a new phone on America's top-rated network, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra is a smash hit. While it's arguably the best phone on Verizon right now, there are a lot of other great options.
The Pixel 5a is the best phone to try out Tello thanks to its low price and great 5G compatibility. This phone also works on other carriers if you decide to switch, making it a great companion to a contract-free lifestyle.
Phone insurance is an easy way to protect your phone from any accidental damage, theft, loss, or hardware issues. If you've recently joined T-Mobile or are planning to, these are the phone insurance plans you can choose from.
Google Fi is known for its great flexible plans, but Tello offers many of the same features for less. So if you're looking for a custom plan with plenty of data, Tello is a great choice for most people.
Tello and Visible are prepaid carriers that offer service on T-Mobile and Verizon's network at a lower price. The right one for you depends on your coverage and whether you prefer an unlimited or customizable plan.
T-Mobile is partnering with Assurant to bring in-store repairs to 500 locations across the country. This would offer same-day device repairs as well as added benefits like free screen protector replacement.