Ookla's latest mobile broadband report for Q4 2021 has crowned T-Mobile the winner in every single category from speed to availability. T-Mobile also saw massive improvements over its Q3 results showing the strength of its 5G network.
There's nothing quite like a new phone on America's top-rated network, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra is a smash hit. But, while it's arguably the best phone on Verizon right now, there are a lot of other great options.
The cheapest data plans in the U.S. can give you excellent service at a competitive price, no matter your needs. Most carriers today offer a cell phone plan that will meet your expectations while also helping you save on your monthly bill.
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.
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.
If you're tired of your old carrier, switching to a new one is easier than you think. Whether you want to bring your phone and number along with you or start fresh — switching carriers is simpler than ever before.
Cricket has some great discounts for customers that can make the carrier a great value though most people will save more with Tello. While Cricket has more extras packed into the price, many of these features will not be missed by customers.
Some T-Mobile customers have reportedly been notified about unauthorized activity on their accounts which included access to customer account information as well as some SIM swaps that have been reversed.
Mid-band spectrum gives carriers the capacity they need to deliver fast 5G coverage without plenty of capacity for those looking to upgrade to 5G phones in the coming years. Mid-band spectrum like C-band is not without its issues, however, and the more complex deployment compared to LTE may still lead to delays.
The Verizon Custom Experience program has been enabled by default for most Verizon Wireless customers but they still have time to opt-out. This program allows Verizon to collect information about which apps its customers are using.
Quite a few MVNOs take advantage of T-Mobile's rapidly growing LTE and 5G network offering a large range of plans with great phone compatibility. Whether your need just a few minutes of unlimited data, there's a carrier and plan that will work for your and chances are the network works with your phone.