Both Mint Mobile and Ultra Mobile offer a variety of plans on T-Mobile's network. Mint Mobile focuses more on getting rates as low as possible for customers willing to buy up to a year of service upfront. Ultra Mobile offers a huge selection of plans, including single and multi-month plans allowing customers to find a good fit for their needs.
Tello has many great features, a ton of data options, and affordable 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.
Mint Mobile and Boost Mobile offer customers some of the best deals you can get regarding prepaid cell phone plans. You can either save by buying a few months upfront with Mint Mobile or choose among Boost Mobile's numerous plans. Whatever your specific needs, we're here to help you figure out which alternative carrier is best for you.
Straight Talk offers a ton of data in its plans and great support for unlocked phones, but charges more for it. On the other hand, mint Mobile keeps things simple with four plans and savings available if you're willing to buy for long-term usage.
Mint Mobile is all about getting great service for a fraction of the price of the big carriers. And for many, that philosophy extends to the phone they choose to use: The Galaxy S20 FE is a great match for Mint Mobile service.
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.
Verizon and Mint Mobile offer some of the best cell phone plans today, but picking between the two isn't easy. Both carriers have powerful networks with great service and coverage, so the right one for you depends on your coverage and how much you're willing to spend.
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.
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.
Mint Mobile officially supports 5G on its network on all plans. Making the most of T-Mobile's 5G network, Mint Mobile customers will be able to access the low-band, mid-band, and millimeter-wave 5G connection if they have a phone that supports it.
Mint Mobile has a great set of plans for saving money on data over several months by having the customer purchase large chunks of data upfront. Verizon Prepaid gives customers up to $10 off per month after having an active account for nine months.