Verizon has some of the best deals available for business customers when it comes to phone plans and new devices. We're gathering all the best offers you may want to consider to keep your employees on track and your business thriving.
Mint Mobile has some of the cheapest data around, but Google Fi offers more data and family plans. If you've got the right phone, Google Fi even has better coverage, especially when you leave the country.
You don't always need unlimited data and a network of physical stores driving up your phone plan costs. Instead, these plans get you connected as cheaply as possible, no matter what your phone needs are.
A smartphone is only as good as the network connecting it. These are the best cell phone plans to make sure you can make the most out of your phone, whether you're looking for ultimate 5G speeds or just to get the whole family connected without breaking the bank.
Ookla's network performance report from the second quarter of 2021 finds that T-Mobile has the fastest overall network and fastest 5G performance. Ookla gathers data from users of the popular Speedtest app allowing it to gather information from all over the country on a wide range of devices.
According to the 1H 2021 report from RootMetrics, Verizon still has the best overall network. This report compares the three main carriers in 125 markets across all 50 states. Verizon won in five of the seven categories falling short to AT&T in data performance and network speed.
Our apps and services rely on upload speeds to work well, but if you're stuck with a cable connection, your upload speeds can be a huge bottleneck. If your internet isn't keeping up with your need, you might be better off with faster upload speeds than faster download speeds.
AT&T is upgrading its top Unlimited Elite plan by getting rid of all data caps, increasing hotspot data, and increasing video streaming resolutions to 4K. This upgrade is available to both new and current customers and won't cost any more than the current plan.
AT&T and Mint Mobile, an MVNO on T-Mobile's network, both offer a variety of cell phone plans to suit customer's data needs. The best plan for you depends on the network that gives you the best coverage and which features you need most.
An eSIM stores your activation information on your phone, eliminating the need to use a physical SIM card in your phone. This also makes it much simpler to activate always-connected PCs and tablets for data service.
Most average users will find more value in Mint Mobile's plans, but Republic Wireless can still be a strong option for a lighter user or someone who doesn't need a lot of data every month. Here's the full breakdown.
Tello has many great features, a ton of data options, and great prices, but so does Mint Mobile, with a set of plans that will make more sense for many Android users. Both networks can use the T-Mobile network with 5G, so it really comes down to which plan works best for you.
Scam calls can be hard to detect with many of them calling you from a number that looks familiar or even spoofing a known number. STIR/SHAKEN is a method of signing a caller ID to make sure it came from the proper origin. Calls from the T-Mobile network are 100% STIR/SHAKEN compliant.
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.
In the 85 tested markets, AT&T has the fastest 5G download speeds on the RootMetrics June 5G scorecard. T-Mobile has the best availability while Verizon continues to make up ground in speed and availability.